COCHRANE, Alberta — It’s a crisp morning at the Bow Rivers Edge Campground and Roy Jones is shining the bumper of his Georgetown Forest River XL with a soft green cloth.
Inside, his wife, Carol, puts paintbrush to canvas and carefully creates a watercolor scene.
Nearby, eight-year-old Rocky – a Pembroke Welsh Corgi – hints that it’s time for his walk at the nearby off-leash dog park. Before they go, though, there’s one more member of the family who Jones would like to introduce.
“This is Hila,” he says, pointing to the couple’s 37-foot motor home. “Hila is the Inuit spirit of the wind.”
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