Best Western Airport Inn
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... We go back to the vehicle and drive across the road and park.
We get to the base of the path and there are about 7 wooden stairs going down. “Seriously, there are stairs again? You don’t love me very much, do you?” I tease. Jim smiles and says, “Oh come on, you can do it. You have done more than this just on this trip alone.” He takes my hand as I navigate the stairs and we are off along the boardwalk ...
... bus picked us up at 12:30PM and took us to Stampede Park. The finalists for each event were determined today. A fabulous buffet dinner was provided for us in the Clubhouse. Our leaders organize everything so we didn’t have to stand in the long lines with our Adventure Caravan "fast pass".
After dinner, Dex and I wanted to walk off the meal a bit so we headed back to the Agricultural Area. We learned all about canola ...
... where we could go and have drinks and be looked after which was good, felt a bit special!!! We stayed for the evening performance of the chuck wagon races which was quite amusing, pity we couldn't work out what they were meant to be doing!!!!! **** loads side shows and food outlets were amazing! Canadians do everything big too!!!!!!! They love everything deep fried too!! Deep fried Oreos, deep fried ...
So. When I booked the tickets, I probably knew I had a 15 hour layover in Calgary.... But, anyways I forgot about that, until the day before I left Chicago. But I managed to got a hold of a high school friend, and was able to stay with her. So, For my last day in Chicago, I went to buckingham fountain, again, and just sat, and visited with people. Met a gentleman who was walking across the U.S. and going to write ...
... is learn how to operate the remote.
Life was so much simpler in the motorhome! It seems like a lot of work to step back into our pre-trip lives and I'm feeling the urge to purge/streamline. While I don't think we will get rid of the computer, telephone or television any time soon, we really do have so much more than we need. Not many people would think that a 36 foot motorhome towing a motorcycle is "travelling light" but it's all relative..