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... buffalo, and he had to run to the edge of the cliff, and get out of the way just in time. Two other people dressed as wolves, and ran behind the herd to make sure none of them went the other way. We had buffalo burgers for lunch and it was very yummy. If you get offered buffalo chips, don't eat ...
... all the time too, I thought they were discharging even when not in use. Multiple mysteries solved in one swell foop!
Last tankful of cheap 'merican gas and I was under 60 kms to the border. When I say cheap, Premium was about $4.30, when I was in the Corpus Christi area I was paying about $2.75 for hi test, and diesel was $2.15. I read a few newspaper articles that were predicting sub $2 dollar gallons by Christmas. Those 'mericans have no ...
... Calgary to highway I seldom see. My plan was to stop in Nanton at The Ranchmen's Motel, a frequent stop during trips either going or coming.
I made it about 2 hours before I had to stop and take off my much bally-hooed about helmet which was crushing my skull plates! I had used the measuring guide on the iiCON website and had selected a size larger, but at the last minute changed it to the correct size. A slightly larger helmet eases breakin, but it can ...
... their butchering, they found him with his skull crushed by the weight of the buffalo carcasses. Thus the name - "Head-Smashed-In" buffalo jump site.
For more than 6,000 years, tribes used the site to kill herds of buffalo for their meat, hides and bones for tools and weapons to sustain their lives through the harsh winters in Canada. The site is a few miles from the Olsen ...
... the Royal Tyrell museum before it opened at 10am. This allowed us to park at the doorway and the time to look at the Badlands’ Interpretive Walkway. It took us for a 1 km wander along a trail and showed us some more hoodoos and also benches (when the top layer forms an overhang like a bench) as well as other information about the geology. It also answered our question about the name Badlands – the early French Canadian explorers called it a Bad Land to cross. As land ...