Radisson Hotel Saskatoon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with its special area for the professional drivers. They had a lounge where they could wait until their reserved slot for one of the showers was called. The life of the professional driver was unknown to us and this glimpse into their lives was interesting. We attached the car to the motorhome and our adventure began.
The coach was large and comfortable. Netty and I sat in the back while Bruce occupied the "copilot" seat. ...
... one in particular. Andy Gibb, Shadow Dancing. I look at Jim and smile. "Did you have posters of him on your bedroom walls?" he asks me. “No, but I did have this album.” We drive along and listen to Nicolette Larson, Barry Manilow, Paul Simon. It is all quite good, quite familiar. As we drive I notice that the moon is low and large in the eastern sky. “Look at the moon,” I say to Jim. “I wonder if this has something to ...
41 days and counting!! That's when our cross-country road trip kicks off into high gear and we take to the open road. Are we crazy for driving 5800 kilometres (that's 3600 miles for our American friends) with a 5-year-old, in just 4 days? Oh, probably, but we're doing it anyway!
We've ever done anything like this before but DH and I have both wanted to have an adventure like this for some ...
... of this revolting brew that tasted a combination of Vicks and tequila. Although it was probably the worst tasting medicine I’ve ever had, it made my chest feel better instantly.
A day or two later I was getting delirious with less and less sleep, I kept up the daily dosages of Buckley’s and felt it was slowly helping. During this time I found myself standing outside in the middle of the night with no shoes on, in my pajamas, staring at the night sky. ...
... no animals except birds due to the lack of road kill. Then, I came to the part of the road where the speed limit is 40 km/hr so the rocks from the road don't break the windshields on the oncoming cars. One strike in the shin of flying rocks from a semi earlier convinced me to get off the back road. Once I got onto the Trans Canada highway, I began to see road kill. Maybe the saying "speed kills" is true.
I saw someone's cows savouring the greener grass ...