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Our fifteenth stop was Butze Alberta. There’s nothing left of Butze besides this grain elevator. I can’t think of a way to pronounce Butze where it’s not hilarious to me. 😀

After Butze, we stopped at Provost for gas and lunch. Ended up at the Horizon Restaurant. It’s a Korean place and the noodles were surprisingly good. Odd place to find Asians.

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Scenic photos of various historic wooden grain elevators found in Alberta that were a part of daily life in early Western Canada. I had travelled to these locations taking photos and experiencing the small towns that they were a part of. Wooden grain elevators were once common across the prairie provinces, but are now rather scarce as they have largely been replaced by large concrete grain terminals. Grain elevators were the heart of their communities and are slowly disappearing due to age, fire and neglect. Some of the grain elevators shown have already burnt down or were demolished.

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Our fifteenth stop was Butze Alberta. There’s nothing left of Butze besides this grain elevator. I can’t think of a way to pronounce Butze where it’s not hilarious to me. 😀

After Butze, we stopped at Provost for gas and lunch. Ended up at the Horizon Restaurant. It’s a Korean place and the noodles were surprisingly good. Odd place to find Asians.

[email protected]

Scenic photos of various historic wooden grain elevators found in Alberta that were a part of daily life in early Western Canada. I had travelled to these locations taking photos and experiencing the small towns that they were a part of. Wooden grain elevators were once common across the prairie provinces, but are now rather scarce as they have largely been replaced by large concrete grain terminals. Grain elevators were the heart of their communities and are slowly disappearing due to age, fire and neglect. Some of the grain elevators shown have already burnt down or were demolished.

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0x495f...7b5e

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ERC-1155

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