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... br> The next morning, we got up and headed to the campground to steal a shower. Turned out they weren't pay after all, they were free. Good for us but I felt a bit cheeky. Then it was time to head into town to book in for the tunnels of Moose Jaw. There were 2 tours, both an hour long. 1 was about Chinese immigrants in the late 1800s, early 1900s, and the second was about Al Capone. There was a massive school group there, which turned out to annoy us all day, they were everywhere! So we ...
... as far as the eye could see. This highway is RV central. We have never seen so many huge storage and sales places with tons of trailers and RV's. Nothing as good as Wanda though, she is perfect for this trip. We still haven't figured out the best way to organize in Wanda, so we loaded up a dozen bottles of wine and said WT#! We watched the sun set in our rear view mirror in Speedy Creek ...
We've got the motorhome and trailer all serviced and ready to go. My brother-in-law, Kevin has graciously lent us his covered trailer to haul the motorcycles in. Two more days of packing and prepping and it will be time to head out. We've spent all winter planning the trip ...
... so fun out of the camper. When I pack I need to lay everything out and look at it 50 times, then pack and repack a few times over. We're taking all our stuff as luggage so we chose Westjet not only because they are far the most congenial and helpful but also allow the most excess luggage at the best fee. Still, we are bound by limits and weights, so everything needs to be weighed and measured. Decisions need to be made about which bits have ...
... 17 camping units. One run-down fifth wheel looked like it was there permanently as it was up on blocks and a barbeque beside it. The door was secured with a padlock on the outside. Many of the RV's had their generators running and I could see the glow of their TVs as I walked Nibsy. Four RV's with BC plates had parked in a square, creating an inside courtyard where their kids ...