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Wild Rose Country

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Took a long walk along the Bow River today. It was much higher than usual, swollen from the recent rains. The air was filled with white, fluffy cotton from the poplar and other cottonwood trees. In places, the cotton was so thick on the ground that small clouds would trail after your footsteps. As we walked along a trail near Stanley Park, we could hear a man singing some kind of middle eastern tune from atop a hill. We saw many wild roses, including the one in the photo above. The wild rose is the official flower of Alberta...
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