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... says all the clan game from two brothers.
I am enclosing a photo of St. Patricks church where I went to mass Saturday night. There were 35 people there and there is a visiting priest who makes the rounds to several rural churches here.
We are headed out in the early morning with a change of route. We will play it by ear as long as we go ...
... attached. They thought I looked like John Wayne in my rain hat. My young cousin Ashley is tall in the saddle and he is patient. He has a very gentle horse and we roamed the range together, at a walk I might add and when Pebbles started to trot I said WHOA Pebbles as I thought I might be bounced off! I was proud I got on and off Pebbles myself, we had gotten creative and there was a big step on the tack ...
... down two of the bulls in the herd here on the farm. I told Charlie don't go any closer because the bull looked mad and he was pawing the ground. Well you can see we went pretty close! It also seems there is a bear in the neighborhood, there are tracks and other signs that were left and they tracked him close by. You can bet we are keeping our eyes open.
I have been taking my 3 ...
Today we traveled from Jasper, BC to Beaverlodge, Alberta. On the way we saw beautiful sights of the Rockies. We also saw a herd of Elk crossing the road up close and personal, but not on the car or the windshield thank goodness. We had 35 miles of road construction. Canada sure seems to know how to put people into jobs.
We met our relatives and ...
... to get the most out of them! Our plan was to use 'The Milepost' in an effort to find a wide spot along the way in which to boon-dock for the evening.
Well, for the first time since crossing the border the weather decided to not cooperate. It didn't really rain but it wasn't exactly clear sailing either. It was gray, dreary and foggy - not the best of driving conditions. After a ...