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... and we ended up having a nice evening. The air is chilly so Kevin made a nice fire to keep us warm. I miss Texas right now.
Tennessee was so wound up tonight. The kids had her run the baseball diamond 5 times to try and get rid of some energy. They were not successful. She was hilarious, a little comic relief after a stressful day!
Today’s totals : 710.7 km (9905.9 grand total)
made it to ...
Made it to Drumheller by 11am and had a bugger of a time finding the hoodoos. Here's a hint for your next travels, go east at the fork towards Drumheller, not west. This land is like nothing I've seen before. Straight out of a western movie. Arid yet breathtakingly serene. I'm also waaaay out of shape for these hikes. Time for more ...
... Evan, once his running and climbing was over, made a few gift shop purchases. We also stopped to take a picture with the huge T-Rex statue in town before leaving Drumheller. On our way back to Calgary, we stopped to check out Horseshoe Canyon. Once again, Evan was quick to want to run up and down the hills in the Canyon, so he did that until it started to rain. Tonight we went to Model Milk for supper. It was their Sunday supper, so you just ...
... a dinosaur correctly.
There are some living animals like some huge cockroaches maybe 2-1/2” long and a soft-shelled turtle, the type of which was in existence millions of years ago.
The museum has many educational opportunities. We missed many of them by arriving in the afternoon. They offer chances to make casts of fossils and hear stories. For older kids, they can dig ...
... It's no wonder they find such a huge amount of dinosaur remains here. We also visited the hoodoos which are mushroom looking rock/sand formations. There was not a lot of them to see, but still really fascinating. We stayed the night at a local campground called River Grove Campground. Basically a trailer park, but at least we had a place to park for the night. Tomorrow we head to Prince Albert, SK to visit ...