Wild – and Not So Wild – Animals

This wolf was the first serious wildlife Jack and I saw, soon after entering Yukon Territory, Canada.  Quite a thrill for both of us.  Maybe a little more for me since Jack drives the Dalton and sees this stuff all the time…

Driving near the border of Yukon Territory and British Columbia we saw some bison relaxing in the late afternoon sun.

And then big horn sheep in Jasper National Park.

And here’s our not-so-wild dog Sport jumping over a log, acting like he is 4-years-old again.

Last but not least… us enjoying the late afternoon sun on a mountain in the Black Hills.


12 comments on “Wild – and Not So Wild – Animals

  1. Sharon Holdinghausen says:

    Love the seeing all the wildlife. I think the cutest animal was sport and the family picture is very cute.

  2. Michele says:

    Thanks for sharing your adventures! I enjoy seeing all the wildlife you encounter. Hope you continue having a great trip!

  3. Chris Oliver says:

    Thanks for sharing these guys, the best pic there is Sport followed by the Wolf, it must be cool for Jack to see all this wildlife when drives the Dalton. Hope you keep having a great trip.

  4. Jill Harris says:

    Lovely photos, thanks for sharing.

  5. Ruth Jessee says:

    Thanks … You are really seeing wildlife and thanks for sharing it. Looking forward to seeing you. Love….Memaw.

    Sent from my iPad

  6. Darius says:

    Now just how did you make Sport smile at the camera?

  7. JINNY FOLDOE says:


    Date: Sun, 7 Oct 2012 03:27:06 +0000 To: jinnysue@hotmail.com

  8. kimcanada says:

    The pictures are beautiful, I home you are enjoying Canada. You make a such a cute couple, and your dog is so sweet!!!

  9. TOTALLY awesome, love the pictures, hope to see lots more 🙂

  10. Vee Page says:

    Love the Pictures I watch Ice Road Truckers just to see you Love your attatude to life ..xx..

  11. Walter L Fredericks says:

    Your a big part of why that’s such a good show.

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