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... a French bakery and with nice views on the way. On our return we looked for the bakery but instead opted for the French Quarter Café. It had New Orleans style food, which was random but a lot of fun. We spoke to the chef owner’s wife, who asked how we had found the place. We suspect they don't get a lot of custom from New Zealand. The server was fun as well, the music catchy and the food was tasty.
We then went to a viewpoint area for a couple of caches that gave us views ...
... luggage. As we walked onto the sidewalk in a line, we all picked a pose and held it until the end of the side walk. So much fun. We had people even clap for us!
We then headed down to pick up our luggage, where our ride to take us home were waiting. WE got our luggage, and divided up into rides back to Rosebud. Before leaving the airport, I stopped for one final Starbucks. We then drove back to Rosebud. Thus ended a really good trip.
... this area there was a fossilized tree stump and lizard from NS.
Then back to our campsite and a walk around the campground. We spoke to one of the workers and he stated that there are around 1000 rabbits over the property. We believed him when we were eating supper and the rabbits were crowded around our feet. I think they are attracted to us because the campground closes tomorrow and there are not many campers ...
5. Horsethief Canyon
Horsethief Canyon offers some of the best Badlands scenery in Canada. Looking into the canyon you will see coulees, ancient bone beds and various Badlands wildlife species. Surrounding the canyon are brilliant yellow canola fields spotted with giant rocking pump jacks. Admire the scenery from the viewpoint or hike into the canyon basin for a closer look.
... 8211; self-proclaimed largest collection of reptiles and amphibians in North America. I can believe it – there were around 100 different species of creature there, from tiny little frogs to giant pythons and crocodiles. It was actually really fascinating and fun to see so many species that I had never even heard of – some were really bizarre and some were really beautiful, and some were just ...
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