Redwood Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... has been able to meet up with me in Brandon, Manitoba. We have not really ridden together since the 1970's so it has been an important accomplishment for both of us to meet on the bikes again.
Day 6, we ride together to Yorkton, Saskatchewan, a ride of only 283 km. This is, for us, a rest day, as we will need to ride longer days on Thursday and Friday to reach Calgary, Alberta to meet our friend Alan ...
... Not sure about fishing there tho. Other activities that occurred: - Myles (Curtis' son) took us 4WD in his blue jeep - Kenzie and I saw How To Train Your Dragon 2 - planned most of my trip (as summer here is super busy) - looked around downtown Brandon as last time I was there it was winter and I didn't go outside I'm currently in Winnipeg and jus here for the night before flying Toronto. But I'll tell you all about that next time ...
Well, I'm home! It's been two weeks since I've returned back to my hometown of Minnedosa and I don't have any words to describe the emotions that are running through my head. Being home is wonderful. However, knowing that the last five months is over.. that's a little sad. I find myself in kind of a daze around this time of night. Unable to sleep when I'm laying in bed and the silence around me is so unsettling. There aren't people walking in and out of the room. There ...
... band aids where ever you go! My friend was cutting bread with a Swiss Army knife and managed to give herself a pretty big cut on her thumb, you could imagine us scrambling to find something to soak up the small pool of blood that was forming in her hand and us only being able to find a tampon. Not many people can say that they held onto a tampon while your thumb refused to stop bleeding while trying to enjoy a nice picnic but it's a story none of us ...
... with me. A micofibre towel to use for showering, solid shampoo and conditioner to avoid explosions in my backpack, merino wool clothing to keep me warm and dry in the different climates that we'll be in, a jacket that folds up inside itself to save space, and I have also modified my 65L pack so I can carry my sleeping bag without taking up too much space! Stress? Of course I am stressed! Our pounds and euros still have not come into ...