Cattle Dog.


Dogs do speak, but only to those who know how to listen.”
– Orhan Pamuk (author, My Name Is Red)

We went random camping near Limestone Mountain, Alberta, Canada for a few days. We have camped near Limestone Mountain a few times and once before in the same spot, you can see the post here.

We had a nice spot next to the river.

The weather was cool and we had some rain.

Even though we camped over the weekend, there weren’t too many people.

Hubby fetching wood with Erik in the back.

“Wild camping, also called Random camping, is the act of camping in a non-designated camping area. This could include car camping in an allowed area, or maybe it involves an expedition style trek that can take you miles away from civilization.” –Explorilia.com

Feral Horses. 

“Wild horses” or “feral horses”? The debate rages on in Alberta, Canada. The provincial government believes that the wild horses west of Sundre, Alberta are the descendants of domestic horses used in logging and guiding/outfitting operations in the early 1900’s. The Wild Horse Society of Alberta (WHOAS) believes that they are of Spanish descent. WHOAS is so sure of this that they have sent away DNA samples to the University of Texas, Equine Genetics Lab for testing.” – Wild Horses Of Alberta

Least Chipmunk (Tamias minimus)

Warming my feet by the fire.

Erik is a male Australian Cattle Dog/Border Collie hybrid a.k.a. “Blue Border Heeler”.

Erik and our Friend’s dog Grace playing in the water.

Bored dog.

What time is it when a bull sits on your car?
Time to get a new car

Cattle Grazing on leased Crown land.  

Turn the udder cheek and mooo-ve on.

It’s better to be seen and not herd.

If you didn’t like that cow joke don’t worry, I’ve got udders.

A Cattle dog that can’t chase cattle, is not much fun.

Hubby sleeping in the hammock, while Erik keeps guard.

Bull calling the cows.

Meat, baked potatoes, chopped mushrooms, celery, bell peppers, onions, etc. roasted on a 14″x 16″ Camp Chef Flat top griddle.
The Griddle is on a Single Burner Cast Iron propane Stove, but we also use it over the fire.

Feral Horses gallery.

COW JOKES. 

Random camping

 

 

About Tokeloshe.

Welcome and thank you for visiting. I have been happily married (sic) for 40 years, have one son, a loving daughter in law and three adorable grandsons. We have been in Canada for 20 years and are originally from South-Africa. My first language is Afrikaans. (Ek kan nog Afrikaans praat, lees en skryf.) I love doing mixed media, scrap-booking, blogging and playing on the computer, I am also interested in photography, genealogy, reading, hiking, camping, arts and crafts.
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10 Responses to Cattle Dog.

  1. Thanks for the giggles, Linda. Love your commentary. Erik and Grace seem to be good pals. Your braai looks delicious.

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  2. Lekker punny. Love the photo’s as always.

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  3. You certainly find amazing places for camping..

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    • Tokeloshe. says:

      It took some scouting, but it’s great !
      We name the places, this one’s called cow patty, because the previous time that we camped there, we had to cover the patties with sawdust 😉

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  4. Imani-Amour says:

    I took one look at the aspen trees and automatically knew this must’ve been taken in Alberta somewhere near to me. Maybe my folks and I will head out there too for a camp trip sometime soon.

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    • Tokeloshe. says:

      Hello, fellow Albertan 💕
      Those trees are lovely, especially for tree bathing, I will try to take more photos of them on our next trip.
      It’s great camping in the Bearberry valley, let me know when you come so that I can recommend some nice places.

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