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The “M.V. International” cruise on Waterton Lake

Saturday, August 6, 2010

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My wife Jeannette and I spent the day at Waterton National Park, Waterton, Alberta, CANADA. We took the little historic “M.V. International” ship on Waterton Lake and crossed over the border into the USA on the lake, landing at Goat Haunt Landing.

We learned a lot about the history of this area and about the abundant wildlife. We say deer in town, including two little “Bambi” fawns. We saw a black bear. We missed the moose. They had retired for the night I guess. 😮

It was a great day, and now we are outside the park, down the road aways, in Pincher Creek, Alberta, for the night.

To beautiful mountain lakes!

Doc Meek, Saturday, August 6, 2010, at the Foothills Motel in Pincher Creek, Alberta, CANADA. (The Foothills Motel owners, Sun and Jane Kwon, generously let me use their private computer to post this article; thank you, Sun and Jane!)


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