One of the first stops of our trip was Drumheller Alberta. We camped, climbed the hoodoos, and saw the fossils. Below are some of the photographic highlights.
It had just rained, making the dark parts of the cliffs muddy and slippery. Hard to climb while holding a camera, but I did my best.
Selfie with Phoebe
“You climb to reach the summit, but once there, discover that all roads lead down.”
Find the flowers wherever you go.
Although it may not appear that way, please note that my mom IS pregnant.
Balance that rock baby!
My shoes got a tad muddy.
One of these is not like the other. #onebabyinafamilyofgrownups
Sometimes it’s fine to miss the forest for the leaves.
If you are going to leave a love lock on a bridge, at least make it a pretty one.
The bones in the Royal Tyrell Museum where fascinating.
We met some new friends in Saskatchewan, and got to see their very cute baby donkey.