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... car and drove to the Rosedale mine suspension bridge. The bridge was built to provide the miners with a safe and convenient way to cross the river as they went to and from the coal mine. Now, the bridge has been restored to allow tourists to cross the river to see the abandoned mine works.
From there, we drove to a very small town of Wayne. To get there, you cross eleven one lane bridges as you drive up a valley through which the Rosebud ...
... Donalda, and onward.
Big Valley was next so we drove the 2km off 56 to go into it and stopped for lunch up at St. Edmunds. Interesting story and cute church said to be constructed in gothic revival. The blue colour made it stand out like a beacon drawing Denis' attention as soon as we headed towards Big Valley. After lunch we drove back down the hill into town and wandered some. Another interesting little village. ...
... it was actually pretty packed. I think all of Medicine Hat must have been in there, cos they weren't anywhere else.
I couldn't even get a postcard from anywhere, not even the visitors centre. We went and took a photo with the world's largest teepee, then got the hell outta there. We didn't even bother taking a photo of the sign for the town, which we have been doing at towns with silly names. Moral of the story....don't bother going to Medicine Hat!!
... insight as to how significant the immediate area was with finding fossils about twenty years ago. We got into our trusty stead and of the last chance saloon in Wayne for lunch. The saloon was what we thought was a typical Western themed pub and we suspect it wasn't themed as was pretty dilapidated. We had fried onion rings , chicken wings and zucchini strips and where of good quality. There lots of weekend motor bikers ...
Nous sommes allés à Drumheller. On s'y croirait au Grand Canyon, mais sans les foules!! Et avons visité le musée Tyrrell, très impressionant pour ses fouilles archéologiques de dinosaures.
Went to Drumheller, we tought we were in Grand Canyon, but without the crowds!!! And visited the Tyrrell museum, quite impressive for its real (!) dinosaur findings.