Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Center (Taber)
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We are in the final stage. 18 more holes today at a course just north of Lethbridge and then it is onto the big bird for flight home. At the end of the day we will have whacked our way around 11 rounds of golf for a total of 198 holes and at an average of 90 shots per round that is 990 shots. No wonder my arms feel like a pair of noodles Once more a superb trip organized flawlessly as ever by the big D. Planning already well underway for next ...
... with cd's and my iPad (got some good tunes on this tablet!) Itinerary: Friday: Drive East past Regina (the half way point to Winnipeg, 1200 kilometres total), check in to a rural hotel in a town large enough to have a sports bar nearby. We will watch the Hamilton Tiger Cats host the Ottawa Redblacks. Saturday: boogie it to Winnipeg, check in to our reserved hotel for 2 nights, make our way to the Winnipeg ...
Going from Cody to Helena, the van suddenly started losing power and a wrench icon appeared on the dash. Luckily, the Ford garage was on our way into Helena so we stopped. They didn't really have an opening but, considering our plight, they told us to come first thing in the morning and they would look at it. They opened at 7:30 so we were at their door at 7:00. We ended up being ...
... br> I hope i am a good traveller, tolerant of the lifestyles of the citizens of the countries we will visit, on our budget we aren't going to be boosting their economies. If I need to eat like we do in North America I should stay put. Some of the eastern European countries are poor but I still have a dim recollection of not having power or running water, so how bad can it be?
Here are a few diary entries from the past week or so of interesting days on the trail.
Today we stopped off at the Coaldale Bakery, a dutch bakery that does a fine job on their apple fritters. We stayed for soup and buns and a coffee. About a 1 hour ride out of Lethbridge where we will spend the night with relatives Chrstine and George Vanderberg.
Day 22 June 21
Cycle time 6 hours and 20 minutes