Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Drumheller
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the desk and we are going to move into the park tomorrow. Although, not ideally located, we did have a reason to celebrate. After seeing his cousin Jayla ride her bike without training wheels, Jaxson was determined and wanted to take his off. I told him he had to ride the small bike without trainers first before I took off the wheels on his big bike. Wouldn't you know it, within 5 minutes he was racing away down the road. A deal's ...
... Someone else can Supervise Child Protection and I am certain everything will be the same when I return - a little bit of crazy, some happy endings, some sad endings and a whole lot of ongoing challenges. Ok that's it, I'm done, no more work thought or talk.
I am on the plane now and just finished a shooter glass of diet coke wondering if it would really kill the United Airlines budget to have the entire can. I saw Will fall asleep and I was quietly ...
... swapped cars. Now have a Chevrolet. Lost two hours in time but set off again. The landscape we passed through is flat with low rolling hills and it all seemed to have had wheat harvested from it. Some areas were finishing off making hay. Virtually no animals to be seen. Same landscape as far as the eye could see. Bit like west of GDR. Landscape started to change as we got nearer to Drumheller with bigger hills. Went straight to the Tyrrell Museum ...
... was completely different. We headed on the South Dinosaur trail to the site of the 'Passion Play’. This has been held each July since 1994 in an outdoor setting and involves a hundred or more locals. Del (our hostess) plans to be involved once she stops running the BnB but at present she is far too busy. As there is seating for 2700 there must be a lot of demand for accommodation, so that is not surprising. The setting was nice and peaceful today, with only ...
We were up early and on the road to Drumheller. We took the 21 which is a bit more scenic than the large highway. The way we went is called the boomtown trail, it took us through lots of farming prairie landscape. On the way we stopped and had breakfast down a little gravel road. It took us about 4 hours driving to get there. Our first stop in Drumheller was the tourist information centre, this where they also have the largest dinosaur in the world. It's a massive man made T-Rex ...