On Sunday, we checked into our ‘comfort’ campsite at Dinosaur Provincial Park near Brooks, Alberta in the heart of the Canadian Badlands. With the park almost entirely to ourselves (or so it felt), we explored the self-guided trails on bike and foot. It made for a fascinating tour of the weathered landscape that is so famous for revealing the best representation of late Cretaceous dinosaur fossils in the world!
Friday morning we took our coffees to go as we headed out to Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada: where the prairies meet the mountains. We began the day’s adventures by detouring through a Bison Paddock on our way to the park. If, like us, you are not familiar with what a Bison Paddock is, it turns out that it is like a Bison safari – a narrow stone road that… Read More
We began our marathon journey from Amherstburg, Ontario to Cut Bank, Montana at 6am Tuesday morning. Our first day we powered through and did 16 straight hours on the road arriving to Jamestown, North Dakota shortly after 10pm; we were pooped when we finally arrived so you may notice there were very little photos from this initial trek… Day 2 was pleasantly shorter, totalling about 10 hours of drive time through the… Read More