place. Isolated hamlet in Alberta, Canada, that, fueled by high profits, fueled by high ethylene prices, has been riding high on the hog without the sponsorship of big gravel. Free from the doldrumic influence of East Duck Hollow since the partition of 1948 the vibrant citizenry of West Duck Hollow have been kindling the fires of progress in their matchless march to the future of petrochemical dominance-related carbon-footprinting. It is a place free from zoning restrictions where people can occupy a public park with tents, signage, muffins, and no clear purpose.
Clear cutting by a forward-thinking Tourism Council allows views of Ponoka, from which the Rocky Mountains can be seen. An interpretive center is planned for the tourist kiosk which is planned for the fall of 2015.
Lumberjack competitions and fencing exhibitions, often between gangs of tree-toughs from the various hamlets in the greater Duck Hollow region, provide much of the business at the local medical office.
West Duck Hollow sure has some pretty vistas. You can sure see that this is a place that owns some nice Ethylene deposits and doesn't depend on gravel sluicing for its tax dollars.