In the summer of 2013, Tree Time Services surveyed cutblocks for Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries in the Logan River area north of Lac La Biche and found an artifact protruding out of exposed sediment along a previously constructed oil and gas access road. 372 more words
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The photo doesn’t do it justice, of course, but the view from the Highway 26 overpass in northwest Scottsbluff this morning was amazing, with the thick bank of river fog tinted pinkish-orange from the rising sun and trees and buildings within the fog appearing more as suggestions than physical objects.
Today’s picture comes from the Ahai Mneh site on the shores of Lake Wabamun, west of Edmonton, AB. This archaeological site has a long history of human occupation, from earliest hints of people in Alberta using Clovis technology, right up to the Late Precontact and Historic Periods. 58 more words