Monthly Archives: June 2018

We Finally Make it to History Road

This post is more visual than wordy.  Take a little trip with the crew as we make our way up north to attend an event I’ve been trying to get to for several years. Advertisements

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We Knew Little of New Norway

For our next visit we’re going to move a little further north up Highway 21 from Ferintosh to the village of New Norway.  New Norway has a population of less than 300 people but has a lot of interesting old … Continue reading

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Flashing Through Ferintosh

“Shoot first and ask questions later.” It’s sort of how operates. It is very rare that we know much about a place before visiting. Our style is much more about discovering an interesting place, doing some basic research about … Continue reading

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A Quick Stop in Cereal, Alberta

Another stop on our way home from Saskatoon along Highway 9 was Cereal, Alberta.  I first visited Cereal in April of 2007 while doing some Geocaching.  I remember being quite impressed with the town. I’m not sure how I started … Continue reading

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The Cooley Brothers of Chinook, Alberta

If you drive Highway 9, you’ll pass a number of small towns between Drumheller and the border with Saskatchewan.  Well, “town” might be a bit of a misnomer.  Many of these locations are little more than a dot on the … Continue reading

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