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  • Royal Tyrrell Museum, Drumheller, Alberta

    Royal Tyrrell Museum, Drumheller, Alberta
    Drumheller, Alberta has been a haven for dinosaur lovers for decades. Sooner or later they all end up at the world class paleontology centre, the Royal Tyrrell Museum.
  • Hoodoos?

    Hoodoos?
    Unusual rock formations are always appealing to me and my camera arsenal. Join me as I check out the Hoodoos! They rise out of the canyon walls all around the Drumheller valley; giant mushroom pillars of rock clinging to the flaky clay slopes. They are a magnet for tourists with expensive cameras and spoiled children.
  • Star Mine Suspension Bridge

    Star Mine Suspension Bridge
    A non-dinosaur related tourist attraction in the Drumheller badlands, Walk across, walk back. This is one of those under-sanitized tourist attractions. No admission fee. No guides or guards. No fence to draw the line between touring and trespassing.