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After Calgary and a few hours of sleep we finally arrived at uncle Pat's. He lives in Brooks and we spent one night there. We had to decide if we were going to the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller the next day and we decided to ...
... local wildlife, as well as the phenomena of the badlands. We also got to check out some of the remaining cottonwood trees, which were huge!
Such a long afternoon/evening meant we prepared a delicious steak dinner by moonlight. The intense hiking had tired both of us out, so we opted out on a bonfire, heading straight to bed to prepare for a busy day in Drumheller.
... done their job. I had been through here before, but somehow, this time, I was captivated by the beauty like never before. I didn't want to leave, preferring to find somewhere to camp and contemplate the majesty of the place. I felt like I could have lived happily in these mountains for quite some time. Maybe a last longing to hold on to the west, I guess. Nevertheless, the road (and swarms of ...
... If you use Tide, Cascade, or Love My Carpet, chances are you are using the sodium sulphate from Lake Chaplin. Saskatchewan Minerals is the largest producer of anhydrous sodium sulphate in both Canada and the USA.
We stopped for the night in Brooks, Alberta. Got a nice walk in before sunset and are set to watch a movie with some freshly popped popcorn. See you tomorrow in Calgary.
... found lots. It was really exciting. I asked Maxine why the areas and the fossils were so readily available to the public - why it wasn't better protected and she said there is just so much in the 80 square kilometre park and they have so many fossils already in the Tyrell Museum that it would take them 50 years just to inventory the samples that they already have there - there is that much. But of course you had to take ...