Throughout Canada in the 80s and 90s CN railway removed the railway hardware from their train networks that connected smaller towns throughout the prairies. This left behind 1000s of km’s of gravel paths where trains once traveled. So we got on our 80s road bikes and went exploring for a couple days, this particular section has many bridges that cross the Red Deer river in a valley near Drumheller Alberta. The landscape is very unique to this part of the province and is in my opinion strikingly beautiful. I look forward to exploring more of these retired railway networks.
One last round of Volo Museum highlights, featuring cars that were for sale sandwiched by one of the Miama Vice “Ferrari Daytona’s” (they actually used replicas, for budget reasons I’m sure) and a twin-pulsejet bike.