photos


Advertisement
Published: April 15th 2008
Edit Blog Post

Here are some photos that go with the last two entries.


Additional photos below
Photos: 11, Displayed: 11


Advertisement

Saskatchewan GrasslandsSaskatchewan Grasslands
Saskatchewan Grasslands

These badlands were awesome! Had the entire campsite to ourselves...just us and nature!
Prickly Pear CactusPrickly Pear Cactus
Prickly Pear Cactus

in the grasslands of south Saskatchewan. Also comes complete with rattlesnakes (although we looked for some, they were not out of their caverns yet.)
T-Rex Centre, Eastend, SKT-Rex Centre, Eastend, SK
T-Rex Centre, Eastend, SK

Dave, watch your head!
Wild Turkeys in Cypress Hills (Alberta)Wild Turkeys in Cypress Hills (Alberta)
Wild Turkeys in Cypress Hills (Alberta)

These lovely birds are not indigenous to the region as they were brought over for trade in the olden days. Now they roam free, gobbling about.
Dinosaur Provincial ParkDinosaur Provincial Park
Dinosaur Provincial Park

These are more badlands in Alberta. Many dinosaurs found here.
HoodoosHoodoos
Hoodoos

Dave is standing beside a beautiful rock formation called a hoodoo, translation--from west Africa this word means supernatural. They kind of look spooky, don't they. These are formed rather naturally from wind and rain erosion.
Drumheller Dinosaur escapees!Drumheller Dinosaur escapees!
Drumheller Dinosaur escapees!

Dave was fast enough to catch this triceratops and ride him back to the museum. :}
Drumheller Dinosaur escapees!Drumheller Dinosaur escapees!
Drumheller Dinosaur escapees!

Who knew dinosaurs could be so friendly?


Tot: 0.229s; Tpl: 0.017s; cc: 27; qc: 184; dbt: 0.0612s; 1; m:saturn w:www (104.131.125.221); sld: 1; ; mem: 1.7mb