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August 18th 2012
Published: September 24th 2012
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<!--><xml> <o:OfficeDocumentSettings> <o:AllowPNG/> </o:OfficeDocumentSettings></xml><!--> Off on another day trip, this time we head East to see the Hoodoos and Drumheller (Dinosaur capital of Canada). After 140km of driving we start to wonder were Drumheller is, the GPS shows it not too far ahead but there’s nothing to be seen except flat prairies. ... Read Full Entry

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25th September 2012

Fascinating blog . . .
This must have been a very interesting 'trip back in time' for you . . Love the photos and info'. Makes me wonder if we would be here at all, if those big Dinosaurs still roamed the earth. . ? I think we would have been the ones to go extinct first ! Thanks for a very interesting blog . . Well done you two also, for saving a carload of people from potential extinction too, by letting them know about their open carboot. That beautiful sunset was your reward. . Looking forward to your next adventure xoxoxo
25th September 2012

Thanks for the great dinotour!Keep them blogs cummin!

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