After the Calgary Stampede, it's a sloppy road home


I enjoyed reading this week’s diary. Mary and Sam had an eventful week at the Calgary Stampede and during their return home. Auto camps and log cabins have kind of become a thing of the past.

Friday, July 9, 1948

We arose late and ate breakfast. Then cleaned up camp and out to the stampede grounds. We saw dozens of cows, pigs, etc. The finest in Canada. Saw art exhibit, fancy work and other things. To the show. We had good seats too, K16 and 17. The most interesting of all was a wild cow milking and wild horn riding. It was a wonderful day, and it was certain...

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