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Posted 30 August 15

The 8th PDF edition of this website is now available in Downloads.


Posted 27 October 14

In June 2013, heavy rains caused widespread flooding in southern Alberta. Homes and businesses were destroyed, as were bridges and highways. The mountain communities of Bragg Creek and Canmore were especially hard hit. While most Brokeback locations were undamaged, a few were either destroyed or damaged beyond recognition.

Our German friend “Stefan (Munich)” visited many Brokeback locations in August 2013. He has generously given us copies of the photos he took. We will be posting them in coming months. Check our Site History for updates as we make them.

See

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4G038Kamcyk

also

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zB5SnkOh_lg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3EY92BJ0DAA


Posted 30 March 13

The 5th PDF edition of “Entering Wyoming” is now available in Downloads.


Posted 5 October 12

This past June, our Jim Bond, and Brokeback fan “John (NZ),” spent more than a week in southern Alberta revisiting Brokeback movie locations. In the coming months, we will be posting many of the new pictures they took. Check our Site History for updates as we make them.


Posted 30 April 12

The 7th PDF edition of this website is now available in Downloads.


Posted 30 March 12

The 4th PDF edition of “Entering Wyoming” is now available in Downloads.


Posted 24 June 11

Rodney Giles

Rodney Giles
1947 - 2010

Among Brokeback Mountain’s millions of fans worldwide, the late Rodney Giles stood out in many, many ways. A celebrated interpreter of the short story, Rodney was known as the “Voice of Brokeback.” His remarkable narration of Annie Proulx’s story is available in Downloads as a recorded audio file.


Posted 30 April 11

The 6th PDF edition of this website is now available in Downloads.


Posted 30 March 11

The 3rd PDF edition of “Entering Wyoming” is now available in Downloads. If you are planning a trip to Wyoming this summer, this edition may inspire you to visit the places we found to have strong Brokeback ties.

We have begun work on the 6th PDF edition of this website. We expect it will be available by the end of April. If you are planning a trip to Alberta this summer, consider taking a copy with you.


Posted 24 July 10

We are back from Wyoming! It was an exhausting trip, but we saw and did some wonderful and amazing things. In the coming months we will be adding hundreds of new photos to our “Entering Wyoming” pages. For a preview, look at our panorama of the Salt River Pass in “McMurtry’s Brokeback” Area here.


Posted 10 July 10

Today some of us are off to visit Wyoming. We hope to gather more material for our “Entering Wyoming” pages. Wish us luck!


Posted 1 April 10

Some of the most challenging Brokeback Mountain sites have been those with few visual “clues.” Among the tough ones was the spot where Jack dozed against a twisted tree stump as his blue heeler sat vigilantly and the sheep grazed. It must have been very difficult for the filmmakers to get the sheep, the dog, and possibly even Jack, in position and posed for this shot. Finding this site was also tough, but our own Bob Sohomuch figured it out in July 2009. Since then, it has been a popular place for admirers of Jack and his dog. See what we mean here.

Some of our friends at EnnisJack.com will be visiting various places in Wyoming this summer. If you are planning your own trip to Wyoming, you may find our “Entering Wyoming” PDF to be a helpful guide. The 2nd PDF edition is now available in Downloads.

We have begun work on the 5th PDF edition of this website. We expect it will be available by the end of April. If you are planning a trip to Alberta this summer, consider taking a copy with you.


Announcements Archive #1
7 September 2006   to   15 August 2009

Announcements created 7 September 2006

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