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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... current and parked the car there for the night... In between 12 rigs... We stood out just a little. The bugs are terrible in Saskatchewan -_- The car is filthy! We managed to sleep until about 4:30AM and then hit the road again. We watched the sun rise and it was absolutely gorgeous! In Moose Jaw we stopped at a mcdonalds and cleaned ourselves up a little. We got out the dry shampoo, toothbrushes, clean clothes and wet wipes and did ...
Ok! Let summer begin! I have been spending the last week or so with Michelle (Kendra's sister) and her husband Curtis who came out to Calgary for stampede. We arranged for me to go back to Brandon with them on my way to the east coast for my summer travels. As it's a long drive to Manitoba, we stopped over night in Moose Jaw. A small town that was once know as 'Little Chicago'. ...
Following a frigid start on Sunday (first frost of the trip!), we made our way back through the bison enclosure and headed for a warm shower. Shortly after exiting the enclosure, we rounded a bend and saw a truck stopped. Glancing to our right, we were awe struck by our first moose sighting. It was huge! Unfazed by our presence, the moose kept on with his breakfast, before continuing on. We had ...
... post this because the park has wifi. So even though the Enterprise has entered the forbidden zone, there are rebel bases which promote outside communication. (That was for the Trekkies)
Don, brother, spent the night in Belfield, ND and is head west from there before he cuts north to meet up with me, at or near Cypress Hills.
That is all for now. It is the morning of the 4th as we remember our nation and pray for it. Thank you for reading and ...
... seems to stop at one at some point in their day. That former hockey player (Tim Horton) knew what to do when he stopped playing. The lines were amazing but we braved the wait to see what all the shouting was about. Not a bad little soup and sandwich. But what Tim is really famous for are the doughnuts. So we joined ...