A trip to Alberta for a family reunion afforded me the chance for a quick confluence visit. Ralph Gabrowski had visited 53°N 113°W in winter; this visit would allow me to document the confluence in summer.
Highway 13 between Wetaskawin and Camrose led directly to the intersection with Range Road 214 where I turned south. About 300 m south of the intersection is a sign indicating a managed nesting area, and a pullout on which I parked. The nesting area is on the west side of the road. The confluence is to the east in a hay field. A slough lies between the road and the confluence. A rough track on the north side of the slough allows for an easy five-minute walk to the confluence.
I got the GPS receiver to zero quite quickly. The confluence is in the field close to a small bluff. I took the requisite photographs as well as one of a hay bale. This is an easy confluence to visit.