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Vegreville, Alberta

An hour east of Edmonton on the subdivision of the same name, Vegreville is home to a gigantic easter egg next to a preserved caboose alongside the tracks.

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Vegreville, Alberta
December 29, 2020 We went to Vegreville to see the big egg, and chased 411 from Innisfree back to Vegreville catching it across sunset.