Rundle Mission Spring, Thorsby, AB, T0C 2P0, Canada


Posted: June 22, 2016

Category: Alberta, Canada, View All

Box 12, Site 8, RR 1
Thorsby, AB, T0C 2P0, Canada
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Along the northwest shore of Pigeon Lake is a trail that was traveled by aboriginal people for centuries. An artesian well along the trail offered fresh drinking water for both man and beast. It was this site that the Rev. Robert Rundle chose in 1847 as the location for a mission.

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  1. Bryan says:

    Is this well on private land providing water to the nearby home?

  2. Bonnie says:

    We visited this spring. There is no source for drinking water here.

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