I’m a West Coast girl, born and raised. My boots are muddy 10 months of the year, I can tell the difference between a spruce, cedar, or pine cone, and I know that while seaweed is smelly at low-tide, it’s delicious on a specialty hot dog.
I’m used to damp, mossy, lush green coastal forests although the arid canyons, dusty coulees, prickly cacti and ancient fossil-filled Badlands of Alberta can make me pause in awe.
These photos were taken at Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta which is about 2 hours south of Drumheller (Dinosaur Valley and the Royal Tyrrell Museum) and 3 hour east of Calgary. I will have full coverage of this destination at a later time.
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