Drumheller is town in the "badlands" part of central Alberta, Canada, which is known for containing a wealth of uncovered dinosaur fossils. The combination of historic coal mines, suspension bridges, winding rivers, hoodoos, and, oh yeah, the world's largest Tyrannosaurus Rex, made this location ideal for the second Analogue Alberta Lomo Meet.
All weedos needed to say was “Let’s meet at the Tyrannosaurus Rex”.
For this installment of Analogue Alberta, weedoes, yyyhorn, louzislouz, and myself were joined by peewpeewbangwatcha and aussenkorrespondent. These two characters, along with other friends and future world leaders, were a great addition to our crew.
We spent the day climbing into the Tyrannosaurus and looking out of his mouth onto the town of Drumheller, walking the streets, touring the decomissioned Atlas mine, riding a refurbised 1930’s coal mine train, climbing the hoodoos, and crossing a suspension bridge. Oh yeah, and I can’t forget about the snow-ball fight (yes, it is rare to see snow in September – even in Canada).
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