Park Town Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Packing. The first great battle between me and Ashley. A constant negotiation of what she didn't need to bring and what she definitely didn't need to bring. We ended up with about half full bags (65 Litres) which we (Me) were content with. We tied up some loose ends around Prince Albert for that trip in the morning. Ashley actually worked till two before heading back to BH. A quick double check ...
Traveled from Regina Saskatchewan to Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada today, now that's a mouthful! No rain today, 75 degrees. Rolling hills and lots of farm land. Along the way saw what looked like a dead moose, and the truck that hit it looked pretty ...
... my bike a half mile before I was given a cold drink and a jerry can of gasoline from a passing motorist. As much as bikers are wont to take as much assistance as they are given, if they are quick to receive a hand, they are just as quick at lending one. If you find yourself low on oil, tire plugs or just morale, you can be sure that the nearest biker will do his best to help you out (just don't count on much support if you roll ...
Spent the day touring the city of Saskatoon. Met up with Val, my cousin Danny's wife... Tried to walk along the river but dogs aren't allowed! Val had their Scotty dog, Chessa with her. Had a rooftop lunch at a place called O'Shea's and tried a Copper 16 ale and it. Met Danny and Val at the Gordie Howe campground for a BBQ. So good to reconnect ...
... partially responsible for its people’s tentative politeness, uneven tans and questionable fashion sense. Their natural habitat is a harsh one, cursed with extreme and disconcerting temperature swings, a humiliating lack of hills and littered with unattractive cars lounging rustily at the end of rural driveways in dim hopes of being claimed in private sale transactions.
The average Saskatchewanian is easily recognized by their dry skin, unhealthy ...