Econo Lodge Inn & Suites University
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I know that some people may not be reading this as my idiot brother told everyone that the blog that he did was the last blog, well (as usual) he was wrong. This is the last blog. So we woke up early (well, 10:00 is early to me) to have breakfast and finish some last minute packing.
We then checked out from our AMAZING hotel/resort Douglas Firs. We were all sad to leave. Shortly following this we drove to Calgary and headed to the site that the 1988 Winter Olympics ...
... away for the night.
Saturday, August 2
Today is Ted's brother Kent's birthday. Ted spent the morning installing the back up camera on the RV and the rest of the day was spent running around doing various errands. We met Kent and family for dinner at White Spot, one of our old hangouts from when we lived in Calgary. Later we got together at Kent's place to view slides Ted's dad had taken over the years. There were some classics, but we ...
... my residency here in Alberta. I had taken a letter from my employer saying I was employed full time and a bank statement (this was printed off the internet, which according to their website wasn’t good enough, they wanted a statement which had been sent to your home address – I don’t understand why, paper statements are becoming rarer). Luckily despite the fact it was not sent to me they accepted it. The lady was really nice, she even gave me ...
Today we are heading toward Saskatoon. We are stopping first to see someone Thomas knows at Hunterwoods technologies. See where the day takes us!! As long as we get to Saskatoon by tomorrow. On our way out this morning we cam across Olympic park! See photo!! Hunterwoods technologies is the place where Gavin's ezibale ...
... Boston Pizza. We've seen them in lots of towns that we've driven through since Winnepeg. I can now say they make very good pizza - a nice tender-but-chewy crust and a yummy sauce. And their spicy Italian sausage is definitely spicy!
Tomorrow night, we have reservations in Sandpoint, Idaho; tonight is our last night in Canada. The people have been very nice. The weather has been great (it's so strange to have 68F in the afternoon ...