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A rodeo and the petroglyphs

When we woke up we found that everything in our tent was SOAKED, so we took everything out and tried to dry it in the cloud covered sun. We packed up and were off to Ponteix. When we got there, we ate lunch at a museum, which was boring again. :( Then we got back in the van and stopped at Gravelbourg at the "Our Lady of Assumption" cathedral which was very pretty. When we arrived at Wood Mountain, we set up our tents and ate supper and went to the rodeo. It was horrible! They hurt the calves and one horse wouldn't even get up to buck around. After that, we went to the Petroglyphs on the side of a mountain. They are carvings put there thousands of years ago by the natives. They told of how the animals help to teach man how to survive in the wilderness. Later, we went to pick Saskatoon berries to put in our pancakes tomorow morning.

Posted by baixing 17:00 Archived in Canada

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