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... As we bump and jump along on really rough pavement we are envious of those that are western bound on beautiful, brand new, smooth blacktop. Hmmmm... Conspiracy perhaps? We hit Winnipeg right in rush hour and did a driving tour of the sights before pushing on to camp at the Wild Oaks campground. We just missed Chris and Marla in Winnipeg, it would have been so fun to meet them in their home ...
... of 14 in Moose Jaw.
I did not take many photos because of the rain, but I did stop in a very beautiful prairie area west of Medicine Hat Alberta.
Day 5 will be a ride from Moose Jaw Saskatchewan to Brandon Manitoba where I will meet my friend Mike McTaggart. Mike has ridden from Meaford, Ontario and is tonight in Kenora, Ontario.
The weather forecast predicts more rain and cool ...
... their finery). Once we were all standing along both sides of the chapel, the President told the graduands to all take the tassel hanging from the right side of their caps and move it over to the left and join the ranks of graduates!! Then more mingling and congratulations and hand shaking and picture taking followed. Wonderful pandemonium. I left Caronport feeling fulfilled and full of joy. Praise God, from whom all blessings ...
... John next to our site, who is motorbiking all around Canada and the States by himself, and he joined us for supper. It was Parks Day, so we watched fireworks over Elkwater Lake.
Next, we drove all along the southern rural route of highway 13 passing some interesting towns, especially Eastend. We didn't manage to find a suitable campsite, so we headed north on highway 2 and ended up at Moose Jaw ...
... I had planned. Her husband crosses frequently and use the station at Northgate. So I headed to Northgate. Not much there, building on US side for entering, one on Canadian side for entering there. I was the only vehicle in sight. After being quizzed about the boarder crossing stuff I moved on. Stopping in about 100 yards to change my speedometer to read KM, couldn't remember what 100 km is. But it feels really neat to drive 118 and pretend. I had only 3 cars ...