Executive Royal Hotel Regina
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We left Winkler around 11 am having been through two sets of snow flurries that morning. Nick had fallen in the parking lot and scratched his face in the gravel which necessitated a trip to the Urgent Care Center. No stitches thank goodness but not a pretty picture. With RV fixed we proceeded north to pick up Trans Canada 1 west - the Canada interstate. It was a long drive to Regina with big, big commercial farms not yet planted with ...
... gate, and the tram lines are down), but we get there with plenty of time to spare. Unfortunately, the flight is already oversold by 3 seats, so they are already trying to bribe passengers off the flight with flight vouchers. No luck for us on that one, so it's a long wait until our 7:55 pm flight.
Anyway, to make a very long story short, we made it, exhausted and buzzed, but it sure is good to be home.
I was feeling a bit fluey and Sarah had just got about right from her dose of it so we just had a quiet weekend in. Too bad because the weather was beautiful, about 0 on Saturday and +2 on Sunday, unbelievable. The girls did go ice skating on Sunday afternoon at an indoor rink and had a great time, they said the surface was much flatter and nicer to skate on. I chose to stay at home because I really need to shake this bug. I filled my time doing research into our U.S trip, ...
... And we got help again in Vancouver with taking the bags through customs. Josephine and I arrived early Christmas morning in Fredericton and it was snowing and sleeting. Text drivers helped get the luggage into Jo's house and we were very happy to have power and to be able to turn in the lights. So that is the end of the Hawaiian adventure for ...
... to trade Ronnie to the real Roughriders.
In the 16 seasons from 1963-1978 Ronnie took the Riders to the Grey Cup 5 times including the win in '66. He was the first CFL quarterback to reach 50,000 career passing yards. He gave us many thrills with completed touchdown passes, many of those to fellow CFL Hall of Famer Hugh Campbell. And of course you cannot think ...