Hoodoo Rv Resort & Campground
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... I removed his training wheels off his big green bike and he never looked back. He is an official two wheeler. He completed about 100 laps around our campsite loop, mostly gravel! We were so proud of him. He did learn an important lesson about giving slot of extra room when passing, when he passed Jayla a little too close he T-boned her. Tears! But you know what? After 10 minutes and some miracle band aids they were both back at it. ...
... him that he was getting some rest. I am grateful that Will takes on all the thinking and figuring out of the airport stuff and he sure did a great job again!! But his eyes were only closed for about 2 minutes and the dinger went announcing that we could un do our seat belts and then the refreshment tray comes by and Will has coffee. Guess no more sleep.
I think I need an April Resolution to stop watching the news. My thoughts are wondering to ...
... could climb in for a view out of his mouth. He is 26m high and 46m long. We then drove to the Royal Tyrrell Museum. It had fantastic displays of lifelike dinosaurs and skeletons. It also gave you an insight in how the whole process works from finding the fossils to studying them and displaying them. It was full of information and theories about the demise of dinosaurs and the way the world has changed over millions of years to the present day. We spent about 4 hours looking ...
The following morning, after another Wal-mart carpark stay, we headed off to complete the remaining sights in Drumheller - a Suspension Bridge (stop bouncing on the bridge Matt!), a 48km drive around the Horse Thief Canyon, some interesting rock formations called "hoodoos", and a quick photo beside Dino the Dinosaur.
Next stop after nearly 5 hours of driving was a small town called Pincher Creek, on route to Waterton national ...
... is home to Rosebud Center for the Arts. This houses Rosebud Theatre, one of the smallest professional theatre companies, that i know of, as well as Rosebud School of the Arts. This year, there are about 24 students, over 4 years of study. I am not entirely sure of the exact number of students, but i am guessing 24 is accurate enough.
Rosebud Theatre attracts upwards of 40,000 people over the course of a season, maybe ...