As One / Denean
My post on Sedona got me thinking about a similar place in Alberta that the Natives also regarded as a Sacred site.
Writing on Stone Provincial Park is located on Alberta / Montana border.
Besides the Petroglyphs, this is also a wonderful place for Camping, hiking, swimming and there’s lots of wildlife.
The Milk River
The water is shallow, slow, and warm – with a nice beach.
The purple hills in the background are The Sweetgrass Hills in Montana.
The amount of Petroglyphs/Writing is extensive. They are now protected and accessible only by Tour.
You might say the most impressive of the Petroglyphs is
The Battle Scene
Protected by fence. Previously many of the Petroglyphs had been defaced with graffiti.
Click on the image to read the plaque.
Some people might think that Canadian History is not as interesting and exciting as American History.
That’s not true. We’ve just never developed a Film Industry that took advantage of it.