When I booked my two nights for comfort camping at Dinosaur Provincial Park, that was all that was available. A couple of days before heading east to the badlands, I saw that the Thursday night for the same unit opened up. I already knew I would not want to head home on Thursday so first things first, I paid a visit to the campground check-in and sure enough I was able to secure the third night.
I brewed a pot of coffee and enjoyed the early morning from my patio.
today's shadow shot
some places are open to explore while others are clearly marked as off limits
wide vista shows a landscape that made me feel like I was on another planet
This looks like something!
More delayering took place as noon approached.
Early afternoon meant lunch time, reading time, relaxing time, wine time, nap time.
With both doors unzipped this is the view inside from the outside.
All the kitchen ware necessary to prepare a lunch time feast was provided.
Even the clean up items were provided.
When early afternoon neared later afternoon, I headed towards the section of the campground where I stayed back in 2012 and took a trail from there up into where geology is boundless. I liked how the clouds were developing which meant too we now had a bit of a breeze.
hoodoos and what have you
A later afternoon selfie enjoying the breeze and cooler air while watching the clouds dance.
embracing the view
As night approached, I was already comfy and cozy in my bed. The air felt cooler and the breeze turned to light winds. I turned my heating unit on to +18C and left it at that as I lay my head on the pillow, closed my eyes and that is the last thing I remember of this amazing day.
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