TripAdvisor Reviews Redwood Motel Yorkton
Travel Blogs from Yorkton
... Cute and lots of friendly people.
Had mid afternoon snack there at the local bakery, yum!
Headed out to Yorkton, lots of photo ops with birds and ducks.
Came upon an old Ukrainian Church, neat picture op.
Arrived at the campground in Yorkton and took puppies for a long walk then onto making supper.
Not that exciting of a day but moving forward.
As the winds of fall begin to blow. Sharon and I have been busy getting ready to head to Albuquerque New Mexico. We plan to attend an Airstream Rally and take part in the a Balloon Rally that attacks visitors from around the world.
So with this - we are off and will touch base as we travel south.....
... seem to go on forever, but the sky and cloud formations were very beautiful.
We really enjoyed the day, and stayed in a motel in the town of Yorkton, which supposedly has a population of about 18'000, but looks much bigger. It even has an enormous Walmart Supercentre where Mike purchased an amazing pair of sunglasses ($19).
As we need to reach Calgary by Friday afternoon, we have a long ride tomorrow from Yorkton to Kindersley Saskatchewan, about 540 ...
... being so eager to eat dessert upon learning the clocks went forward an hour, and as such dinner would be in just three hours. I dined with a couple from Toronto, and a lady from ‘just outside Toronto’ who advised me that the route from ‘here to Ontario [was] a straight line,’ meaning I was in no rush to go up to the observation carriage to see more plentiful flat landscape.
To kill time whilst we passed the horizon ...
Sunday, Were off again, left at 7:00, on the road again, riding through masses of farm land as far as the eye can see. There is no one around, no cars or people! The speed limit is 75, but on
the farm lands in the distance you can see the trucks going 100 miles an hour. We arrived