BEST WESTERN PLUS Blairmore
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Blairmore Saskatoon
Located close to the area I needed to be in but not all that handy to Hwy 16. Very clean, nice rooms, courteous staff.
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My target for today was to be Yorkton, Saskatchewan, roughly 400 km from Winnipeg. However, the weather was perfect - sunny, little wind, and mid-20's temp (75F), and road conditions were good so I found myself in Yorkton shortly after 1pm and decided to keep going as everything just felt right.
Shortly after leaving Winnipeg I came to …
... after a hard days work, a plastic camp shower, an old foam bed to sleep in and a busted up fireplace is all you need. Our fireplace had holes on all sides, which was pretty dangerous considering we were in a log cabin. One night after lighting it (possibly with a little too much gasoline), I put the lid on top and went to bed. About 10 minutes later there was a massive bang and Anna and I found that the top of the whole fireplace had blown off and the fire was raging. We did ...
... for some short-hiking supplies that I may need in the upcoming days, some groceries for the cooler, and lunch. From there, another 3 or so hours of prairie driving to my target for the afternoon/evening, Saskatoon.
Thanks to my Newfoundland-based friend and travel blogger/writer, Candice of http://www.candicedoestheworld.com/, I had a heads up from one of her travels that Saskatoon is ...
... was to attempt to do a trip without a flight. It's amazing to think that the world can be traversed without a flight. Thanks to transatlantic and transpacific crossings, and the transiberian/Mongolian railroad, it is possible and amazing. And, to y surprise, at a time when I had more time than money, it was a great deal cheaper to travel by boat and train, than by plane. Anyway. So after 6 months of working and planning like crazy, the adventure of a lifetime ...
... about who’s turn it is to start the car. Growing ruts of ice and snow on the roads lock vehicles into their lane with the iron - and strangely calloused - grip of Old Man Winter and scrape undercarriages of small foreign numbers loudly and without mercy. Snow removal crews soon run out of ideas and settle for building large ridges of snow along sidewalks and in the centre of roads, mischievously hiding pedestrians, oncoming traffic and hopeful left turns ...