Double Tree Inn

Address: P.O. Box 248, Coutts, Alberta, T0K 0N0, Canada | Inn
 
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This inn is located on P.O. Box 248, Coutts.
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    Travel Blogs from Coutts

    THE MAGICAL LANDSCAPE OF WRITING ON STONE

    A travel blog entry by redwing on May 30, 2015

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... providing shelter for numerous species, including us. Berry bushes abound.
    Writing on Stone was a sacred place for the Blackfoot people and they often claimed the rock art was the work of the spiirit world. They came her to seek spiritual guidance and to determine their fate by interpreting the rock art according to park literature. These inscriptions may have been created as part of rituals and vision quests.
    The images are remarkably ...

    ONTHE ROAD TO WRITING ON STONE

    A travel blog entry by redwing on May 30, 2015

    6 photos

    ... Traffic, minimal. Land, relatively flat. Perfect. And so we pull up at each slough and peer about. The MARBLED GODWIT shows up for the first time. A graceful,largish shorebird that looks a lot like the Hudsonian Godwit. That bird we saw in Chile for the first time and were amazed to realize that it would summer in the Arctic, raise a family there, then fly back to Chile for the winter. These Godwits winter ...

    WHY DOES THE GOPHER CROSS THE ROAD?

    A travel blog entry by redwing on May 30, 2015

    ... this journey from one side of the road to the other. There is no discernible difference between the shoulders and beyond, at least to human eyes. Are these little guys adrenaline junkies who revel in the danger? Is this ritual suicide? Is it water, food, sex? Beats me but this goes on for several miles. I think we even got one ourselves. No hope of avoiding it. Anybody out there know about this?
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    Prairie Hospitality

    A travel blog entry by redwing on May 30, 2015

    ... gauge is falling visibly, the old truck is eating gas against this wind. But no, I consult the map and Del Bonita is coming up. Surely there will be a gas station there.Del Bonita consists of a '50's style general store with a post office and two or three other vintage buildings. No gas station!Inside the store, two women sit on the window seat chatting. I outline our dilemma. Just where is ...

    Dropping onto the prairie

    A travel blog entry by redwing on May 25, 2015

    20 photos

    ... spot and we stop. As these roads have next to no shoulder, we are stopped on the road in fact. Light traffic makes this possible.
    A tribute to the community, several people stop to ask if we are all right. Even the cops just drive on when we say we are looking at birds. Guess we are not the only ones to enjoy this lazy mans birding.
    And the birding is amazing. Many of the sloughsb support populations of ducks and shore birds.
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