Knights Inn Moose Jaw
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... walking tour of some of the murals in Moose Jaw. There are heaps, although I don't even think we saw half before we had to head back for our Chicago Connection tour about Al CApone. I'm glad this 1 was last, it was a lot more fun than the Passage to Fortune, although that 1 was a lot more informative.
After getting a replacement cigarette lighter adapter, it was time for a photo with the anatomically correct giant moose called Mac at the visitor centre, then to head off to Regina.
... As we bump and jump along on really rough pavement we are envious of those that are western bound on beautiful, brand new, smooth blacktop. Hmmmm... Conspiracy perhaps? We hit Winnipeg right in rush hour and did a driving tour of the sights before pushing on to camp at the Wild Oaks campground. We just missed Chris and Marla in Winnipeg, it would have been so fun to meet them in their home ...
... and headed downtown to "The Forks" a marketplace on the river for dinner and some sightseeing. Drove around the metropolis of Winnipeg and waited till dust to see their Parliament buildings which are beautiful. Tomorrow we will scout out Ray's métis ...
... all the swinging of clothes! Hmmm, wondering what have we got ourselves into!! It was wonderful seeing our beautiful family and friends though.
We went to High River and visited Stef who is friends with my son Dan and his wife Becca. Stef and his family had been badly affected by the flooding...still don't know if their home is able to be rescued. Anyway, thank you so much to all our dear friends in ...
It seems like the time is already getting jumbled, like "Ground Hog Day", let him who knows know. After Minot I headed north for what turned out to be a short day of riding. I wanted to stay on the US side so I could call home and talk before entering the land up north. I drove off the highway and into the town of Kenmare. I was looking to camp so being the resourceful guy I asked the UPS driver. Notice how clean his truck is, this is how Ned and Duane keep ...