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... of putting 122 liters in at my gas stop! Today was our longest day so far 520 miles. We saw lots of water fowl in the ponds, no deer.
Our treat of the day was Tim Hortons!
We are Freedom camping. I cooked a Velvetta Nacho dinner. We had our first experience with Canada not using pennies. Only makes sense for the US to do the same thing.
The motor home is ...
... are made in booleroo centre and we have one! And paid a **** load more for it at home than what you can get it here! Work that out!Small world!!!!!! Meanwhile Tommy is nearly filled 3 containers to take home!!! Haha!!! He is like a kid in a candy store!! See ...
So it's less than TWO WEEKS till the adventure begins. It's been hard to focus my energy into planning a detailed itinerary as I'm just at the tail end of my degree. I have one last final tomorrow and then I will be officially done my undergrad. After five years of late study nights, nerve wracking presentations and the occasional exam/assignment meltdown I think I'm ready to take a break from school for awhile. I can't help but feel an ...
... Canada that were previously unknown to me. I developed an intimate relationship with Kelowna, B.C. after spending a summer there in 2011. I also acquainted myself with Vancouver, Victoria, and Vancouver Island, with Alberta's and Ontario's big cities, and with Montreal and Quebec. Bigger trips took my backpack and I to Western Europe last summer, and to Guatemala and Belize this past summer.
So, from whence came this addiction of mine, this wanderlust? An education ...
Route for the day - Let's say I did this on purpose, today turned out to be a shorter day, only 247 km of 'flat as it comes' from Kindersley, Saskatchewan via Rosetown, Outlook, Whitecap into Saskatoon. I was happy to leave the dust bowl that Kindersley felt like and looked like. But before I pushed on, I needed breakfast as my last night's accommodations did not offer such a treat. The local diner provided a stellar $5 fair. I'd say ...