A reader of A Métis Man's Dream and this blog wondered where in Alberta I had been in my NeilGowerExplores role. It was a fun exercise especially in the context of exploring. After some thought, it occurred to me that I have been to the extreme corners of Alberta in 3 cases, and pretty much the extreme of the fourth corner.
- Upper Waterton Lake and Cameron Lake to the Montana border in the southwest;
- Highway 41 to Wild Horse Crossing to Montana (south of Cypress Hills) in the southeast;
- Fort Smith/ Smith Landing/Fort Fitzgerald in the northeast;
- The Mackenzie Highway where it crosses the NWT border, north of High Level, and Rainbow Lake/Zama City west of High Level in the northwest.
What corners have you explored?
Image retrieved from: https://www.britannica.com/place/Alberta-province