Park Town Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Flying over Saskatchewan we are struck by the darkness below. A few farm lights. Very few towns. Mostly wide open spaces!!
We arrive in Saskatoon at 7:30 PM. By 8 we are having a glass of wine at Cut, a downtown restaurant. It took a mere half hour to get our bags, rent a car, drive into the city, check in to our hotel and drive to the …
Today was a day for Doug and Netty to run errands and catch up on mail, cut the grass and do the laundry. After we cleaned out the motorhome, we went to the Saskatoon Bridge Club and enjoyed an afternoon of bridge. While we were there, the McPeeks took the coach for some work.
They collected us and we all agreed that we had eaten way too much and a light dinner was in order. We watched a fire works display courtesy of a neighborhood block party and the hit the ...
... are now consumed with the action, or lack thereof; the Bombers are terrible in the first quarter, and a bit better in the second. We arrive in Lloydminster just as the first half ends with BC ahead by 3 points.
Tim Horton’s is our choice for supper. I get a Zesty Italian Sandwich with a medium iced coffee, Jim gets a Grilled Cheese Panini with bacon with his usual large triple-triple and we also order some Tim-Bits for later on. We ...
That's across Manitoba, Saskatchewan & into Alberta. There are stops thogh, because the real money is to be made from freight and there are places of single track,we stop to give freight right of way, so are so long they can take up to 15 minutes to pass.so the train goes likeable bat out of hell overnight. This evening we saw ...
... lakes to catch different types of fish. Another charismatic staff member was the Canadian French pilot Pierre. Most of us got to go up in the floatplane with him at some stage during the season to take guests to nearby lakes when they wanted to fish for something different. I was in the cockpit with him during a flight one day and got to fly the plane for a while. That was another fond memory that I’m able to take away from this journey, and another thing to tick off ...