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My wife and family and I have spent most of our vacation time traveling throughout Canada.
We started from the ground up, with a small "A-frame" tent at first, then a larger canvas family tent,
then to a large "tourist" tent with partitioned rooms, then to a tent-trailer, and finally, once the
children left the nest, to our 1987 VW "Westy" camper van, "3POD".

One of the advantages in traveling with a small camper unit is that it is easier to go back and pick up that
perfect photo-op missed while zooming by on the highway.  Also, with a smaller unit, one is able to
camp in some places that are just not accessible to a large motor home or "fifth-wheel" trailer.

Click on the photo above to view photos from our 2009 trip across Canada in 3POD, from Ontario to Alberta.
Click on the map above to view photos from BC.

 

This page was last updated on:  08-Jan-2010
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