BEST WESTERN Cedar Park Inn
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Today we take a driving break and switch from one of my favorite days to one of Michelle's favorite days...we went to the famous West Edmonton Mall. It's hard to accurately describe how large it is based on the front entrance (or one of many front entrances -- I think there's 40 of them). There are two levels, and we started out with the bottom …
Today is the fifth straight driving day on our trek across the Canadian wilderness, and fortunately we have left most of the flooding behind us. This will be the farthest north we travel for this trip, and the day lengths are just ridiculous...sunrise sometime after 5 AM and sunset around 10 PM.
The drive from Saskatoon into Alberta is …
... side of the road. As we near the next exit signs announce that there is a Tim Hortons, a Wendys and a Smittys on the east side of the highway. “You know we could stop for breakfast at Smittys and actually go in and eat. It’s not as if we have to get home at a particular time.” “True enough,” says Jim. “I don’t mind having a sit down breakfast.” He takes the exit, we park at the ...
... in the entire province get shipped here, and there are some doozies.
Albertosauri (tyranids ... no, Mike, not the 40k ones, just related to the T Rex et alii), Raptors, Ankylosauri, Duck Billed, Ceratopsians and much more, all well displayed, and with excellent recreations of them in skeletal and 'real life' form.
Apart from that, the drive was boring ...
Based on suggestions from friends and family, the blog name has been narrowed down to the following. Any votes? A little bit hippy, a little bit gypsy; A Broad Abroad; It's Nault over 'til its over; Out and About; The Naultic Compass; I'm Nault ...