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Another early start today as we are off to Regina which is about 6 hours away. After a hotel breakfast we are on the road again.
Lyndsey has quickly become bored of the prairies but I can't say that I feel the same way. It was a cloudy, rainy looking day and the sky seemed to be changing endlessly. Rolling thunder heads …
... 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 ...
Woke up to a beautiful day so naturally we wanted to go play outside. It was close to minus 30 or more, but beautiful blue skies. We made snow angles and played around in the snow, trying to follow the tracks of a Jack Rabbit. We boiled the kettle and tried the vaporizing water trick when you throw boiling water into the air and it turns to steam, which was fun!! All the neighbors were watching us out the window seeing how crazy ...
... Ronnie became head coach in Edmonton (1991-97) and took the Eskimos to the Grey Cup twice, winning the Cup in 1993. He then coached the Hamilton Tiger Cats (1997-2003) with a similar record, winning the Cup in 1999.
Ron survived lung cancer diagnosed in 2004. He was still with the Tiger Cat management team when died of a heart attack in 2008 at the age of 69. ...
Today we drove to Regina Saskatchewan.On the way we saw The big windmill, The big plane, the big eagle , the big owl and the big coke a cola can.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHomeSuites by d3h Regina
The hotel looked really new and the area around the hotel was still under construction. Despite that we had a quiet night.
The room was big and had a small kitchen area with a fridge, stove top and microwave. The cupboards were not particularly well supplied but I am sure a trip down to the breakfast area could have provided more dishes and cutlery if necessary. There was a gas barbecue located at the front entrance that was for guest use.
The room was clean and the beds were comfortable and the room had lots of lighting and big desk/table area.
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