McDougall Lane Bed & Breakfast

71 McDougall Lane, Drumheller, Alberta, T0J 0Y1, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 71 McDougall Lane, Drumheller, is near Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology, Bleriot Ferry, and Edworthy Park & Douglas Fir Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Drumheller

    The Biggest Dinosaur Ever!

    A travel blog entry by on Jul 02, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... proud night for us both. You can picture the scene, Jaxson and Jayla going around and around, passing each other in turn, and our little Blaine running to keep up with them, and when they get a little too far ahead, he turns around and races at them head on as they come around the loop. Needless to say, everyone had helmets on! Papa and Grandma joined us for BBQ burgers and s'mores. A great night round the fire. Full house in the RV ...

    Drumheller to San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by terrinfamily on Apr 26, 2014

    ... from the Malaysia 370 flight and what they must have gone through and what the families will forever go struggle with. I have been admittedly a little obsessed with watching CNN and hoping they will find all the passengers alive and well on a small island somewhere. I also think about those students on a high school field trip whose lives ended too soon and again thoughts of their families often enter my mind. I need to get rid of my CNN app, eliminating the ...

    Day Twenty-three : Calgary

    A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Oct 02, 2013

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... buffs. Went for a short walk through the adjoining badlands which are an interesting sight. The layers of deposits are so clearly delineated and easily eroded. (I associated these with deserts, but not desert here.) Next drove out to Horsethief Canyon where there is a great view into a canyon of badlands. It is so named as in the early settler days horses would wander into the canyon, get lost and reappear with someone else's branding on them. On the way ...

    Sobad in the Badlands

    A travel blog entry by baumyj on Sep 30, 2013

    21 photos

    ... cans just placed out in the open. The soil was sandy but with hard brown stones – and sinkholes to avoid. The various strata could be clearly seen on the ‘hills’ either side. We were taken to a rural cemetery as well as a couple of ‘western’ features. It was heaps of fun and something we would never have done otherwise.

    Back on the main trail we went to an official viewpoint – but were also directed by a cache to a better ...

    Travel To Drumheller, Royal Tyrrell Museum

    A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Aug 15, 2013

    6 photos

    ... watched two videos about the museum itself. After the museum we found a nice park in town to cook dinner at and chill out for a while. Later on we went to McDonalds and sat in our car outside to get the Internet. We managed to talk to mum for ages which was nice. Lindsay text us and said there was a 94% chance of the northern lights to take place in Edmonton according to Aurora Watch. Typical we missed it! That night we slept down a quiet ish street and parked up on the side of the ...