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About

Your Hosts John and Louise

Then…

For 27 years Louise Brandon designed and implemented group employee benefits programs for businesses tailored to suit their insurance needs, philosophy and budget. She approached this by building strong client relationships based on trust — achieved by delivering on promises made. Growing up in Athabasca, Alberta, her professional career took her to Edmonton and Calgary, AB and Regina, SK, where she met John in a dance class. They were married a year later in 2005.

John Brandon spent nearly 40 years as a practicing archaeologist and heritage regulator in Western Canada. He finished off his professional life as a liaison between landowners and construction crews building large-scale transmission lines for an Alberta corporation. From the beginning, he and Louise planned to operate a bed and breakfast and built Timber Green from the ground up with that in mind.

Now…

Louise and John really like people. Their travels to Europe, the U.S.A., Mexico and the Caribbean have prepared them for the needs and comforts of travellers. They both love to cook, using where possible produce and spices from their garden. Their goal is to provide a comfortable and memorable stay in the Rocky Mountain House area.

Your hosts Louise and John

Your hosts Louise and John