Walking Eagle Inn

Hwy 11 4915 - 45 St, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, T4T 1A9, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hwy 11 4915 - 45 St, Rocky Mountain House, is near Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site.
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    Travel Blogs from Rocky Mountain House

    Shack job again

    A travel blog entry by charlene.woelk on Feb 19, 2014

    back out to the shack job again right now. but its only going to last a couple days since the site will be finished come Wednesday. so I get 5 days.... better than nothing of course it will be back to begging the company for more work. and since the guy I am subbing out for will on longer have ...

    Monday Of Misunderstanding

    A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Jun 06, 2011

    A weekend of weaving was followed by a Monday of misunderstanding as I struggled to grasp what Jane was trying to build to move the grain-feeder; a plastic air-tight tub that sits in a steel structure and can be easily moved using the Skid-Steer, but when full of grain weighs two-thousand-pounds and moving it becomes nigh on impossible without a tractor. Once Jane had explained it several times and I'd paid complete attention to where she was referring ...

    The Weaver's Tale

    A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Jun 05, 2011

    10 photos

    My grandmother's eighty-sixth birthday ends three days of looming over a loom in order to weave two scarves over at the alpaca farm; three days to learn as much about the art of weaving as is possible in such a short time. Surprisingly I managed to complete both of the aforementioned scarves, even if the prospect of moving the warp and weft in a certain pattern did horrify me when I first sat down at the helm.

    Ravenscrag alpaca farm is just a few miles away from Koru ...

    My Little Friend

    A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Jun 02, 2011

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... any mishaps or electrocutions, and the grass they’d left just yesterday morning was already turning a luscious bright colour as it began to recover from the cows’ attack on it the previous day. Unfortunately the other animals on the farm weren’t so obliging to the seamless day, as the cats had dug up the Impatiens flowers Jane had planted just last night.

    Jane went to went to play golf I attempted to finish ...

    Pinch, Punch, First Of The Month

    A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Jun 01, 2011

    4 photos

    ... reason bites on my elbows seem to swell up like balloons, alas I can only hope the analgesic spray keeps the itching at bay. Jane dropped me off at the alpaca farm to help them clean out the barn at nine; with two hours to do it in we grabbed our forks and dug-in, literally. I attempted to use the Gulliver-size pitchfork I’d seen in the outdoor store when Jane bought some pitchforks, but it was even too big for me, and I had to use it horizontally rather than ...