Ramada Lloydminster

5610 44th Street, Lloydminster, Alberta, T9V 0B6, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5610 44th Street, Lloydminster.
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Travel Blogs from Lloydminster

Horse Breaking (unfinished)

A travel blog entry by allanamue on Aug 13, 2014

... br> Let horse smell it's blanket, slowly wave it around in the area where it will go. Slap the blanket at the horse until it gets use to it. Put blanket on and off numerous times until once again it is happy and settled. Repeat all from L and R sides.

Putting saddle on horse-
Let horse smell saddle, wave it around slowly from head to saddle area. Slowly put on, take off etc. Move saddle around whilst on. Let stirrups and synchs swing around and ...

Slide out wouldn't slide in!

A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Sep 25, 2013

... some advice and hopefully it will not happen again. On our way to Elk Island NP. Beautiful, saw lots of Bison. Nice lake. Met couple from Australia. They paid 60,000 for 29 ft trailer couldn't believe we paid 11,000 for 31 ft. Exchanged addresses with Satiago. Went on nice walk hoping to see Elk, no luck. Nice dinner and ...

Clean up day in Edmonton

A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Sep 24, 2013

Stayed at RV park with 10 for showers. I gave it a minus 10. Either scalding hot or cold ran out of water before finished washing my hair. Washed all of our clothes. Swept and mopped trailer nice to get things all cleaned up. Drove around Edmonton, capital of Alberta, found caster store for trailer. Shopped at Costco. Ready for the rest of the ...


A travel blog entry by okaw2 on Jul 30, 2013

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... excellent bathrooms/shower. The manager brought by firewood ($5) and a used washing machine tub for the fire put and we were off and cooking. We were in a separate area from the long term people, who were road workers as we found out the next morning. After hitting the Superstore and hardware store in town, we were off and running ...

Hanging Out in Canada's only Border Town!

A travel blog entry by steppingout on Aug 01, 2012

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... black gold". Say what you will about oil, but this economy is doing well and folks here are not working for a pittance. Anyone can get decent work, however housing is an issue! (Lots of seasonal workers live in trailers for the fair weather months, so we blended in quite nicely!!)
We planned to hang out here with our friends and spend some time checking things out. For the first week ...