The crew of "Finding Al" crossed paths with professional rodeo clown Lee Bellows.
Lee, grew up in Moose Jaw, said his father used to say that drinking in prohibition was more fun,
because you weren't allowed to . . .
"It's funny. You used to go outside
to have a drink and you'd come inside to smoke. It's completely
reversed now," he said.
His mother spent most of her adult life trying to keep his father off of River Street in Moose Jaw.
grew up around the stockyards in Moose Jaw and remember stories about
an old American who bought the smallest little plain cattle that he
could, and sent them on the Soo Line south," said Lee. "The story was that he put
those little cattle in box cars that had false bottoms and lots of straw
in them, and smuggled barrels of whiskey during prohibition."