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Day at the rodeo 
The first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the COVID-19 pandemic at the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada. 
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August 01, 2022 
Cletus Big Throat Jr., of Magrath, Alberta is bucked off Yellow Jacket in the saddle bronc event during... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Cletus Big Throat Jr., of Magrath, Alberta is bucked off Yellow Jacket in the saddle bronc event during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
A pick-up-man for the stock contractor leads the bucking horses out to pasture after the Writing-On-stone... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
A pick-up-man for the stock contractor leads the bucking horses out to pasture after the Writing-On-stone Rodeo at the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada, July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Gage Hillis, of Stoughton, Sask.,after he competes in junior bull riding during the first rodeo held... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Gage Hillis, of Stoughton, Sask.,after he competes in junior bull riding during the first rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada, July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
A pick-up-man for the stock contractor leads the bucking horses out to pasture after the Writing-On-stone... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
A pick-up-man for the stock contractor leads the bucking horses out to pasture after the Writing-On-stone Rodeo at Writing-On-Stone Rodeo during the first rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada, July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Payten Garber of Foremost, Alberta ride a horse during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held in the World... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Payten Garber of Foremost, Alberta ride a horse during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
After competing in the Writing-On-Stone Rodeo, Ryder Nelson cools off in the Milk River during the first... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
After competing in the Writing-On-Stone Rodeo, Ryder Nelson cools off in the Milk River during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada, July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Gage Hillis, of Stoughton, Sask., after he competes in junior bull riding during the first rodeo held... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Gage Hillis, of Stoughton, Sask., after he competes in junior bull riding during the first rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada, July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
A junior steer rider backdropped by the sandstone cliffs at the Writing-On-Stone Rodeo during the first... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
A junior steer rider backdropped by the sandstone cliffs at the Writing-On-Stone Rodeo during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Sandstone cliffs and the Milk River frame the rodeo grounds at Writing-On-Stone Rodeo during the first... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Sandstone cliffs and the Milk River frame the rodeo grounds at Writing-On-Stone Rodeo during the first rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Ellie Havens of Madden, Alta., warms up before competing in junior breakaway roping during the first... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Ellie Havens of Madden, Alta., warms up before competing in junior breakaway roping during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Ty Amen helps Ryder Nelson, left, with his boots after they cooled off in the Milk River during the first... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Ty Amen helps Ryder Nelson, left, with his boots after they cooled off in the Milk River during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
After competing in the Writing-On-Stone Rodeo, Ryder Nelson, left, Shaylynn Amen and her brother Ty Amen... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
After competing in the Writing-On-Stone Rodeo, Ryder Nelson, left, Shaylynn Amen and her brother Ty Amen cool off in the Milk River during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
After competing in team roping at the Writing-On-Stone Rodeo, Ty Amen, left, and Ryder Nelson cool off... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
After competing in team roping at the Writing-On-Stone Rodeo, Ty Amen, left, and Ryder Nelson cool off in the Milk River during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Kaden Piper of Stoughton, Saskatchewan makes sure his grip is tight before nodding to open the gate as... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Kaden Piper of Stoughton, Saskatchewan makes sure his grip is tight before nodding to open the gate as he competes in junior bull riding during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Payten Garber of Foremost, Alberta competes in junior barrel race during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Payten Garber of Foremost, Alberta competes in junior barrel race during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Kaden Piper of Stoughton, Saskatchewan, prepares for his ride before competing in junior bull riding... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Kaden Piper of Stoughton, Saskatchewan, prepares for his ride before competing in junior bull riding during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Stetson Whitney of Cochrane, Alberta stretches before competing in steer riding during the first Writing-On-Stone... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Stetson Whitney of Cochrane, Alberta stretches before competing in steer riding during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Taylor Giles, of Rockyview County, Alberta races out of the gate in ladies barrel racing during the first... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Taylor Giles, of Rockyview County, Alberta races out of the gate in ladies barrel racing during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada, July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Shaylynn Amen, of Wrentham, Alberta races to the finish in ladies barrel racing during the first Writing-On-Stone... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Shaylynn Amen, of Wrentham, Alberta races to the finish in ladies barrel racing during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada, July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
The opening of the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
The opening of the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
CANADA-RODEO/ALBERTA
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August 01, 2022 
Junior bull riders prepare for their ride during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus... 
MILK RIVER, Canada 
First Writing-On-Stone Rodeo since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Alberta 
Junior bull riders prepare for their ride during the first Writing-On-Stone Rodeo held since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the World Heritage Site location of Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada July 31, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Hennel 
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