Here is a bit of Alberta Canada's History, let you read this for yourself.
The fields were alive with yellow wild flowers
Before I show other pictures of the wild animals let me share my story of the buffalos and the bridge.
Buffalo on bridge, car coming, car passes buffalo.
As the car passes, biker takes his turn and passes. Now it is my turn. Welllll........
These two buffalo are now in the center of the bridge without room for me to pass. So I do what anyone would do (or would they???) I honk my horn
Then Joe the buffalo looks back, says to Jake the buffalo, hey we can take that big white thing making that awful honking sound, soooooo........
The beaver had built a damn here. They really put a lot of work into this damn.
Here I am parked at 115 Creek, really a nice place to stop.
Saw an elk, who posed very nicely for me.
Saw a buck and this female moose, but male took off, almost missed this much of a picture of the female.
One of the Provincial Parks I stayed in, like our state parks. Quiet, nice locations.
A lot of buffalo in the area.
Lot of new babies. This looks like a very young calf.
A large herd of buffalo with a lot of babies.
One of the roads in British Columbia that flooded. There were apparently 3 sections of the Alaskan Highway that were flooded and 2 sections that the road was washed away.
A lot of bear were on the roadsides
In one of the towns, saw the sign post forest. This was started by one worker in 1942 when the Alaskan higway was being built. It still goes on today, with hundreds of signs. This is everything from street signs from various towns, to town signs, little signs people have made. A fund place to visit.
Here is another view of the sign forest.
Saw this mama bear with three bear cubs.
Here are the other two cubs.
Another bear on a stroll.
Stay tuned, more fun pictures coming.