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Kootenay. There are signs up and down the highway warning people to be aware of elk and bear and not to feed the wolves. Who does that? Probably a real estate agent from New Jersey. And what do wolves eat besides plane crash survivors. I have an idea, lets use Liam Neelson’s sharp wit and skewer the wolves.

 

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Shameless plug.

 

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Old mans beard.

 

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Greek food in Fairmont (10 minutes later)

 

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I stopped for gas in Radium Hot Springs and Rolf walked by. This is his shop.

 

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The store clerk had this big dog that just wandered in and out. I thought it was wolf the first time I saw it. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

 

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Friday. Back to McLeod trail. Sam Spam made an appearance.

 

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This would be my spot if I lived here.

 

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A question came up as to whether the blue water was potable.

 

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Hell of an effort Muddy.  :thumbup:  About Canada theres no shortage of things to take a picture of. Beautiful country. I didnt realize there were mountains there.

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Calgary is on flat land. 30 minutes west the Rockies rise up. I found some chert and some Old Man's beard which I brought back. Lots of long roads for cycling if the wolves are not an issue.

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Calgary is on flat land. 30 minutes west the Rockies rise up. I found some chert and some Old Man's beard which I brought back. Lots of long roads for cycling if the wolves are not an issue.

 

Just got around to looking at your pictures. The Rockies are actually a small portion of the mountain range that are in Colorado. It is now going to bug me for the rest of my life now that my Geology teacher told us this. It amazes me how much "basic" things taught in grade school isn't right. wacky078.gif

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...or that you didn't retain.  lol

Seeming as absolutely everyone in my class thought it was called the Rockies before we were corrected, I don't think it is a retention problem.

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