Bow Valley Ranche in Fish Creek park
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Bow Valley Ranche in Fish Creek park

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This is the view over historical site - Bow Valley Ranche in Fish Creek Park in Calgary, Alberta. Its history starts as early as 1873 when itinerant prospector John Glenn built a log house here and traded good to local indians.

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