Midtown Motor Motel
Travel Blogs from Moose Jaw
... town helped set up and the cafeteria staff who normally churn out burgers and fries, created a delicious prime rib with all the fixins dinner. Then I got to walk across the stage for the first time to receive a gift (the biggest mug I have ever seen, filled with Easter eggs). That was just the warm up! The next day, after visiting with oodles of friends still attending classes, library and book store staff, my old pastor ...
... donated money for Stef, who has a wife, a three year old and a baby.
We decided to go to the Cypress Hills, headed off east on 547 to connect with highway 1, but were stopped by a washout over the Bow River. We had to retrace our steps and head towards Vulcan and Lethbridge. When we gassed up at a Shell station, it was part of a A&W and as we took our rig around the back to get out we made a ...
... I am sure. Well he was a fill-in driver so he sends me to the post office. The lady there sends me next door to the newspaper office. This was the Lord's planning. I had a good chat with Caroline and Elsa. I was told some background of the people around and how they all pitched in to help complete strangers survive the flood of 2011. They recommended Mouse River Park (not Moose as you might think) So we called the caretaker they knew and he was able ...
... town. The second tour was about Al Capone, who it was alleged used Moose Jaw as a point for smuggling alcohol, again an actor and actress re created the events. Really enjoyable and Ian got to hold a machine gun and the actor referred to him as muscles! Had lunch at Burger King, then Tim Horton's for coffee before headed west towards Calgary. Stopped in Maple Creek which was supposed to be a wild west town, but looked the same as any other town ...
I think this blog is going to be sparse, at best. Now that classes have started I realize that I have a lot of work ahead of me, so I will be focusing on that. Just a few thoughts from Sunday afternoon when I went for a walk in the field to the north of me, searching for trees:
"I feel like I'm the only person for hundreds of thousands of miles around.
feel as desolate as the landscape looks.
Other places to stay in Moose Jaw
1590 Main Street North, Moose Jaw | 3 star hotelfrom $101
1720 Main St. N., Moose Jaw | 2 star hotelfrom $106
155 Thatcher Drive W., Moose Jaw | 2 star hotelfrom $114
45 North Service Road, Moose Jaw | 3 star hotelfrom $88
1400 Ninth Avenue NE, Moose Jaw | Hotelfrom $90