A view of Ray Bagley, Alberta Pioneer
Inside the Cochrane Ranchehouse, where banquets and receptions are held, there are some wonderful displays.
Dream Catcher by local Indians.
And, since it was raining we came home. This is the single lane bridge over the Bow River beside our campground.
A view from the top.
Raphel (Ray) Bagley, 1880-1973, was a rancher and guide in the Red Deer, Onion Lake and Coleman districts of Alberta, Canada. Bagley came to the Lacombe district of Alberta in 1892. He homesteaded and ranched while guiding with the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies and conducting private trail rides throughout the southern Rockies from Waterton Lakes National Park to Banff National Park. Bagley wrote poems on western and trail riding themes, self-publishing a volume titled “Those Other Days” in 1969.
More of the park.