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... encounters all the same bureaucracy that is typical whenever money is involved. Lacey and her husband Dale, were obviously very knowledgeable horse/cattle people. She was a school teacher, who taught the Nickleback, drummer who was from Brooks. When we arrived Dale and Peter were at another property mustering cattle. The horses are loaded, fully saddled into their gooseneck trailers, so they can be moved from one location to another very quickly. They are not tied up and prefer to ...
... budge on the possibility we found evidence of a living dinosaur).
Realizing just how far we had travelled, and with darkness starting to set in, we decided to take the road back towards our campground. Along the way, we passed the Marsh trail, and figured we would fit as much hiking in as we possibly could. While we didn’t come across any wildlife (we were hoping for a moose), we did read up ...
... started getting huge, far bigger than our Island norm. And then the alpine main stage curtain rose. Between Rogers Pass and Banff, there are countless vistas that one could spend days admiring without growing tired or uninspired. Massive slate and granite walls of stone are highlighted by gleaming glaciers and turquoise rivers and lakes. I could go on and on, but the travel writers ...
Denny and I truly enjoyed the drive today. The landscape crossing Saskatchewan into Alberta is one of magnificent prairies, rolling grasslands filled with grazing cattle, oil and gas drilling stations, endless freight trains loaded with all sorts of natural resources and sodium sulphate deposits.
We had no idea what the large deposits of white were that ring Lake Chaplin in Saskatchewan so ...
... found lots. It was really exciting. I asked Maxine why the areas and the fossils were so readily available to the public - why it wasn't better protected and she said there is just so much in the 80 square kilometre park and they have so many fossils already in the Tyrell Museum that it would take them 50 years just to inventory the samples that they already have there - there is that much. But of course you had to take ...