Dinosaur Provincial Park 

On a recent road trip, one of my daughters and I stopped by Dinosaur Provincial Park, near Patricia, Alberta. It is a provincial campground, field station for The Tyrell Museum, and a UNESCO World Heritage sight. It is also an old stomping ground for me, so it was fun to show it to her. We saw a rattlesnake and a pheasant on the road, but nothing unusual on our walks. It was a hot and windy day, so the air was full of the scent of sage, which smells like home to me.

 

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