Days Inn & Suites - Brandon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... than about 6 1/2 feet inside, beckoned us on our way back from exploring the city. It was evening, perhaps around 10 pm. Although the sign indicated that it was always open, the front door had "closed from 9 pm to 7 am" handwritten on a piece of paper and taped to its front. Nevertheless I tried the door anyway, and found it open.
Although the lights did not work, from what I could see in the dusk, it looked adorable ...
Start: Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
End: Brandon, Manitoba
Today was quite cold with temperatures between 5 and 8 degrees, but I was dressed warmly and it was not a problem. Travelled only 440 km.
The roads were ...
Once we left Moose Jaw we headed to Brandon where for the next week we all did not much except relax by the pool. I ventured down to the International Peace Gardens on the boarder of Manitoba and North Dakota. The gardens were lovely. It was a bit of an eye opener as I went the day after the MH17 plane disaster - there was a bit of a 'feeling' around. And on the way back to Brandon I visited the Swinging Bridge at Souris - apparently ...
... and then 3 additional questions about firearms. Clearly, Canada border agents have correctly realized that we're a nation of gun fanatics. I think the border agent was confused when I was one of the few Americans who did not answer any of the queries in the affirmative.
The remaining 3+ hours to my target in Brandon, MB, were predictably boring and uneventful, although I did regret not catching ...
... much shade for the animals. I also passed the alkali lake at Chaplin where they now extract salt.
I had a couple of interesting encounters today. I met a couple from Germany, Julia and Andy. They are in Canada on a one year work visa and are touring and camping on a motorcycle. They are hoping to work in Banff at a ski lodge this winter. I hope they find something before it gets too cold for them to travel on their bike. A little later, I met a man travelling with ...