Travelodge Drumheller AB
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Drumheller hasn't got the neatest population of Hotels. This one is right next to the big Dino, so very much in the center. It's neat. Makes a clean impression, but nothing over the top.
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... 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 Alberta
We tried to leave Banff early as we had a 4-hour drive to Drumheller, where there is a fabulous Dinosaur museum. It was highly recommended that we visit there.
We drove to the museum via Hwy 9 which is a beautiful drive in itself. Many brilliant yellow fields of safflowers. I really wanted to shoot some photos, but we thought we’d better get to the museum. But for those who read ...
... a big variety of dinosaur skeletons found in the Drumheller area. This visit was a real highlight. It is so well presented and with the right amount of info that it doesn't confuse too much. Covers all the geologic time periods, but the most spectacular display is the Jurassic period. Some of these were huge, others only small but equally deadly. Also has a glass window into the workroom where they remove the stone from the skeleton. This is heaven ...
... 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 ...
... they keep the props. A really enjoyable tour.
After our tour, we went back into the rehearsal space, and had a nice chat with Mark DuMez, all about Chemainus, and the theatre profession in general. One of the main things he said was to keep your word. If you commit to something, stick with it, even if you don't get paid doing that gig, and a paid gig comes along. It is more important to keep good relations with with people you work ...