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... and you can see the layers of sediment that was created when the land was under the sea called Bearfoot. The next town was Drumheller that displayed all types of gaudy Dinosaurs if front shops schools you name it there was a dinosaur , however when we got to the Tyrell Museum the quality improved. Bruce wanted to get the museum early as the queues can be very long as we found when departed. The museum was fascinating and ...
... T Park that a San Francisco Giants game just let out. Will does a great job finding our place while dealing with all my distractions of me pointing things out. Of course the girls fall asleep about 10 minutes before we have to get out of our car. We rented a beautiful two bedroom apartment with parking in a secured garage. The parking is a big plus for San Francisco but the apartment and the location is even more perfect!! I am most looking forward to sharing or ...
... because it expands our horizons to experience 'World Class theatre" in New York (and next year London). We will see shows, meet theatre professionals, have talk backs with professionals, do workshops and back stage tours, as well as experience the city itself.
There is so much that I want to do while i am there, that I know there is no possible way of doing it all. I know that I want to go to Ground Zero, Pier 54 (where the Titanic was supposed ...
... the other direction after a short walk alongside the wheat fields. There were views of the Red Deer River as well as the strata on the sides of the main canyon.
We had been told the Bleriot ferry would not be running, but drove to the crossing point to see. There was a cache there – but we didn’t have a chance to look for it as the ferry was in action. It does not have an official close time as it depends on the river. It will probably close ...
... in Calgary which we might have visited, except it had closed in August. They asked for our comments on the various lakes and we shared thoughts on travel in Ireland.
One had a great photo of an elk in the township at night. He had one shot of the animal itself – and one of it hiding behind bushes. It was very well hidden – except for the antlers which appeared above the bush.
April had suggested a Surprise Creek, Tunnel Mountain drive/walk and kindly said ...