Knights Inn Moose Jaw
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Staying today in Moose Jaw to visit family and check out the area. We went on a tour of the tunnels in the downtown. Used during Prohibition by Al Capone and his compatriots to make, bottle, and ship bootlegged booze to the U.S., Moose Jaw was an integral part of the operation and we got to see and hear some very interesting history of ...
... a few pictures from the road trip and the campground where we stayed one night. Too tired to cook... (If the truth be known.. had a bit of a late night, the night before) Found a pub that was walking distance, and had our first black fly experience as we got eaten up walking back. Early to bed, early to rise! If you click on individual photos, some will have additional ...
I am feeling like we are almost on our vacation. We have driven around 1900 miles. We still have 2200 to get to Fairbanks. We have traveled through Indiana corn, Illinois corn and wheat, Wisconsin and Minnesota Wheat , and on to North Dakota more of the same. We have been in Canada’s Saskatchewan flat farm land for the past 3 days. Two more days on Canada Hwy 1 and we will be in the Rockies. Ready for a change of scenery. While in Regina ...
... that once love in Calgary that I looked after - if you remember) to come out from Regina and stay the night. The two of them played in the pool with the water slide all night and all the next morning while Curtis and I did the tours. Was a long sleepless night for me as I had to share with the two girls who kids and punched in their sleep. Was looking forward to arriving in ...
... who live in the town, I got to put on my gown and cap and get my picture taken. Then came the real thing. Standing amongst 134 other graduates on the stage, looking out over the crowd of about 800, I felt such happiness. I actually persevered and did it! So many memories of being in that chapel every morning at 9 am to praise God with all the youth flooded back. Memories of missionary conventions held there and first ...