Most of our adventures today were in Drumheller
It took a bit of driving this am, only
After Grandpa had his breakfast that is.
We visited a swinging bridge and on the other side found this tree that a beaver had made a good attempt at cuttng down. Now I know it doens't look like much but I think Guy and I would of not been able to hold hands around this tree it was so big. Looks like the City got to it and fenced it just in time.
Then onto the Hoo Doos
Ya right! And what is a Hoo Doo?
Come on I'll show you what a Hoo Doo is.
They are mostly sandstone and coal and their formation has come by thousands of years of erosion.
Their pillar like formations are all different and if you look closely you can see the layers of time in them.
There was a fenced off area where the Hoo Doos might get damaged, then there was an area where you could walk in and around.
A quick visit to the informaiton centre that is the building under and in the dinosaur. If you look you will see the doors to the information centre to the left of our camper. Now I don't want to say this is big or anything but it is said to be the largest dinosaur in the world.
We drove into the night
past farms and fields
Then we settled for the night in
Red Deer, Alberta
I'm going to be dreaming of Hoo Doos all night, it sure was an amazing sight.
Thank you for following me on my road trip today,
tomorrow we plan to end up in Edmonton
Hope to see you there,