Monday, August 22, 2016

NOT Drumheller

After the Rockies, we headed east of Calgary.
First we visited Drumheller, then Dinosaur Provincial Park.
Apparently, a lot of people get the two mixed up.
Drumheller is home to the Royal Tyrrell Dinosaur Museum.
Dinosaur Provincial Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is where more than 400 dinosaur skeletons (more than 40 species of dinosaur) have been found.
One place displays dinosaur fossils, the other is a source of dinosaur fossils.

It was rainy and mosquito-y the day we were there, but that didn't stop me from wandering the park.
The left-in-ground fossil displays were pretty neat as was the mini-museum.

Pictures from Dinosaur Provincial Park are now up in the galleries

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