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Eastward bound again and out of the Rockies. We loved the mountains and arrived this evening in the Badlands of Alberta. Almost immediately upon leaving Canmore, the mountains began to gradually lose their height as we drove through the northern portion of Kananaskis country. We ventured into Calgary and through Saturday traffic to the Stampede grounds. No events today, ...
We packed up to leave Camrose this morning and went to Humpty's for breakfast before doing a little shopping and getting on our way. We took the 26 East and then got on th 56 South.
At some point today it became obvious that Denis would like to visit Drumheller again so we settled on a Passport America campground just outside of Drumheller on North Dinosaur Trail.
Typical Alberta two-lane ribbon of a ...
... Hat via dinosaur provincial park. Drumheller was actually an afterthought that we decided on doing only the day before we left Calgary. We had heard about the dinosaur national park quite a while earlier so had planned to stop there anyway, but there was alot more dinosaur stuff at the museum in drumheller than at the park itself. The park had a landscape exactly like drumheller, we were still in the badlands after all, but there were only 2 fossil exhibits ...
... delicious food of black bean , potatoes , beets of all colours , beef etc all containing Garlic. They were so friendly even with Mosquitos that descended en mass. This was a great way to finish our Calgary segment and we will hold some treasured memories Canada as a result of such friendly people and spectacular scenery and of course our hosts that left no stone or mountain unturned to ensure that we got the full Canadian ...
... the bridge we trucked down to the Hoodoos. Geological formations of rock here in the Badlands. Our last stop of the day was Atlas Coal Mine #3. One of the best preserved coal mines in the area, we had the opportunity to take an underground mine tour, over 1 km into the mountain, or a train tour. We took the train as Blainer was too young for the mine tour. A very interesting tour, man, did those guys have it ...