Provincial Distance

Last weekend Sox and I joined some friends for a weekend of camping at Goldstream park. It was a lot of fun, and definitely more enjoyable than I thought it would be. With the park so close to home I assumed it wouldn’t be worth the effort of heading out there, but once in the camp ground, you do not feel like you are near a big city.

The campground itself was typical for provincial campgrounds, and that is to say it is clean, well prepared, and has the necessary amenities. We were there for 2 nights, and I would most definitely do that trip again.

Yoshi was a good dog the entire weekend, largely due to us bringing a comfy enough bed for him. Sprout had a blast tromping through the brush, playing in the dirt, and chasing after the other kids in our group.

The E&N dayliner passed by us too, which was very cool. We could hear the clickety-clack, and through the trees we could barely make out the train as it went by. No train whistles which would have been extremely loud from that distance.

While Sox and Sprout napped on Saturday I grabbed my camera and went on a short nature hike to take some pictures.

The rest of the pics are here.