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... the bull in the front realised the edge was there, it was too late, the whole herd ran over the cliff to their death. The people would then dry the meat and make it into a powder with saskatoon berries as food for the winter, use the skins for clothes and blankets, and even the bones were used.
At the top you could walk out to the jump, and there was a walk out to the bottom where they fell also, although we didn't bother ...
... terrain in the USA had also been called the badlands, the name stuck.
The Royal Tyrrell Museum was worth a lot more than the $11 entry fee, which is a rare comment to make. They even told us that every year 10% of the displays change so we should come back. As this is not likely we made sure we bought stuff at the gift store partly to compensate. John bought some 'interesting’ slippers…….
There was a mix of reconstructed and original ...
Departed 6:30 Arrived 1:30
Itinerary: Malta, MT to Ft. Macleod, Alberta,CA
Did You Know: Fort MacLeod is named for Col James MacLeod who led a force of 300 from Dufferin Manitoba on July 18,1874, arriving in Alberta in October. Basic mission of the Mounties was to control the out of control whiskey trade.
... as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Head-Smashed-In sits on the eroded Porcupine Hills which adjoin, but are not part of, the Rocky Mountains. There are many natural springs in the area and the water and grass attracted massive herds of buffalo, as well as elk and pronghorn antelope. The variable erosion of limestone produced escarpments such as that of Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump used ...
... Drumheller in the fog, arrived just after dark. Decided to park at IGA instead tonight, very snowy and icy car park! Went into the store to ask permission and advice on where to eat, before long I had a customer and 3 members of staff all advising where to go. Ended up at Fred and Barneys an all you can eat Chinese buffet, everything closes early here so we were the last in. Very good food and very friendly staff. A very cold frosty night, but the RV was as warm as ...