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We have a winner

by Kimberly Shellborn
3 moose grazing in front of John and Anne Godsman's 5th-wheel.
John and Anne woke up to these three surprise visitors. — Photo by Dennis Perry

John and Anne Godsman took a tour of northern Montana and Idaho before stopping for nine days in Missoula, Montana, to enjoy some square dancing. They then continued on to Wyoming, where they stopped at Jackson Hole, and both Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks. At Yellowstone they danced again for the Labour Day weekend before heading on home to Strathmore, Alberta. They had time to see a lot of sights on their trip, including waking up early one morning to these visitors: three bull moose. The moose grazed calmly, oblivious to all the attention they were attracting.

Congratulations to John and Anne Godsman for sending in this exciting photo. You will receive a copy of the the Mobile Internet Handbook, a guide about how to stay connected while you are travelling through the U.S.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the contest. We enjoyed your photos and comments.

Our photo contest will continue, so if you have any photos of your adventures in RVing—either scenery shots or pictures of you or your RV—we would love to see them. You can submit your photos online to our photo contest or you can e-mail them directly with a short explanation about the photo as well as your name, email address and mailing address.

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