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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Current) and made the executive decision to push through to Moose Jaw to camp in our reserved spot at the Walmart RV Resort. I swore I would never camp at a Walmart but we were right beside a pretty golf course and it felt almost like a campground! A bright sunny morning found us heading east where we have noticed that there seems to be a bias against eastern travellers across the ...
Start: Lethbridge, Alberta
End: Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
It was not the best weather today, and it was my longest ride so far - 587 km.
It was raining heavily for the first 40 mins and then occasional showers throughout the ride.
The temperature was most of the time about 10, going as low as 9 ...
... who live in the town, I got to put on my gown and cap and get my picture taken. Then came the real thing. Standing amongst 134 other graduates on the stage, looking out over the crowd of about 800, I felt such happiness. I actually persevered and did it! So many memories of being in that chapel every morning at 9 am to praise God with all the youth flooded back. Memories of missionary conventions held there and first ...
... went in the drive through!! Oops....no way we can get through there...sharp turn and concrete everywhere. Had to back up all the way....a biker gang watched enthralled and said "great job"!!
Wow, how many experiences can we have in one whole day!!
We stayed at Elkwater at the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. It was superb there. Reesor Lake and viewpoint were spectacular. We met a cool ...
... a place for me. The park had been under 7 feet of water for 6 weeks during the flood so it is still in the process of recovering. The mosquito's were very intense there as well. The place is nice and clean and doing well.
I talked with my brother, Don. He was unable to leave until the next day, 7/3, due to things that had to be addressed. So on July 3, it was time to make the ride to the boarder. Caroline told me to use a different boarder crossing ...