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Travel Blogs from Hanna
... getting out of the car park to the Information Centre over the bridge near the river to get some brochures on the area. There are more dinosaurs very way you turn including shops. The town relies on agriculture, government services, oil and gas and of course tourism for its economic prosperity.
Time is marching on and we want to get to Brooks before 4pm. Jill directed us to Hwy 56 a small quiet road which took ...
Day Four into our roadtrip and we're south of Alberta. Our campsites have all been finding somewhere off the beaten path; our only request is we're near water. It has been perfect traveling weather, not too warm.
Leaving our campsite the other day along a long forestry road we saw a little black bear, sweet.
Going for a swim in the reservoir, it's a man made lake here that irriigates the farms around here. The water is from the Bow River.
Next stop Saskatchewan. ...
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 ...
My jaw is sore from dropping. The sights to behold in this country are endless and absolutely magnificent. We are lucky people, us Canadians, to be surrounded by such abundant beauty and natural wonder. Our trip through the Rocky Mountains was nothing short of mind-blowingly spectacular. Hints of stone started to show on the peaks of modest mountains somewhere between Kamloops and Revelstoke. Then ...
... here was about 200 square meters.
Hoodoos are formed by erosion on limestone. At cold nights the water in the limestone freezes, by that cracking limestone. During the day the water melts and the cracked stone is led away, creating in time a hoodoo. We both liked hoodoos and Alice climbed around a little. I don't think she was supposed to do that, but we were alone anyway.
Now the whole area shows ...
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