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Travel Blogs from Fort Macleod
... so you walked through the ages. There was a globe showing the gradual formation of the continents over the eons. It naturally focussed on the Drumheller region, with Albert Tyrell having found the first dinosaur (now named Albertosaurus) here when mapping the area for coal.
The displays were excellent – showing the various sizes of the pre-dinosaur creatures (including turtles) the dinosaurs and later the mammals, including the Mammoth. One replica of a sea ...
... No He acted very surprised!
Do you have any explosives, fireworks, mace? No
He let me go, so I didn't have to swim, crawl through a tunnel, or climb a fence to get into Canada. Don’t you just love it proper paperwork gets it done.
How do you know you’re in Canada? When you are driving along at 60mph, in 60 degree windy weather, and lookup to see woman watering ...
... have poor eyesight but a keen sense of smell and a strong fear of predators and prairie fires. When frightened, buffalo run in the opposite direction. Herds tend to move in an harmonious manner following their leaders. Only a few animals in the lead can actually see where the herd is running, the rest following blindly. Those few animals at the front who might have seen the jump were not ...
... with the grand opening held on July 14, 1967. In attendance were Prince and Princess Takamatsu, the brother and sister-in-law of Japan’s Emperor Hirohito. A meandering path joins five traditional Japanese Garden styles, combining trees, shrubs, rocks, waterfalls, ponds and bridges to create vistas of unparalleled beauty. The sound of a thrumming waterfall invites the visitor deep into the Garden. The Pavilion, patterned after ...
Fort MacLeod is located in the south western corner of Alberta not too far from the foothills of the Rockies and BC to the west. The Daisy May Campground was our base for day trips to Waterton Lakes National Park and Writing on Stone Provincial Park and visits to the nearby sites of Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump and Fort MacLeod historic site.
There is lots of farming in the area both for meat and ...
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