Bugling Woodland Caribous – Royal Tyrell Museum, Drumheller – August 13th 2016

Today dinoSOARED by when we went on a hunt for the Wynchemnasaurus!

The day started with a nutritious breakfast and lessons the made the students smile. After lunch we headed to the infamous Drumheller, where the dinosaurs used to roam many moons ago. We went to horseshoe canyon where we unfortunately found no horseshoes but that’s okay because we were searching for fossils.

We frolicked through the hoodoos and took many scenic and goofy pictures. It was the perfect Alberta day for our hike up and down the rocky hills. After the hike we shared some delicious watermelon and took the bus to our next destination – The Royal Tyrell Museum! The Museum is filled with dinosaur bones that were found right here in Alberta, along with some from all around the world.

The students were in awe of the marvels that the museum holds. After the tour we headed to the pool to cool off from adventures, but the day was not over yet! We made some really big waves at the pool and even tried out the water slide a few times, the pool even had a rope swing! After the splishing an splashing was over the students enjoyed a wonderful barbecue that the teachers had prepared.

The day closed with games of volleyball and soccer that the students loved. We charged home to SAIT and crawled into bed for a good night’s sleep. Tyranasauraseeya later!