Drumheller the "Dinosaur Capital of the World”: The somnolent 'prairie' flatlands give way to straggly flat topped, steep sloped Mesas, barren rock formations of multicoloured layers, rusty brown, beige streaked with purple and green lines. We are on our way to Drumheller, the Dinosaur capital of the World. It is a mere 135 km Northeast… Continue reading DINO’S ON THE PROWL….DRUMHELLER

The Paskapoo Slopes….snow walks continue 

The Paskapoo Slopes: As we, or rather I, nimble-footed down the narrow snowy trail bounded by leafless trees and spindly branches I expected to be surprised by a Fox, a Coyote, a Deer or an unlikely exotic animal. But there is no one except us…a natural setting to play peek-a-boo. We continued on the trail,… Continue reading The Paskapoo Slopes….snow walks continue 

Snow-scapes: Of angels and freezing rivers

We have been visiting Canada, since 2012, mostly in the summer months when it is excruciatingly hot and humid in India. November 2021 was the second winter attempt (previous in 2015) to the accompaniment of "Do you think you can take the minus 30 temp." Partly true and partly no-brainer as our nemesis, Covid +,… Continue reading Snow-scapes: Of angels and freezing rivers