Redwood Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Once we left Moose Jaw we headed to Brandon where for the next week we all did not much except relax by the pool. I ventured down to the International Peace Gardens on the boarder of Manitoba and North Dakota. The gardens were lovely. It was a bit of an eye opener as I went the day after the MH17 plane disaster - there was a bit of a 'feeling' around. And on the way back to Brandon I visited the Swinging Bridge at Souris - apparently ...
... snoring roommates, or people rolling around on squeaky bunk beds. Just me! In my cozy and quiet room, with the occasional train horn in the middle of the night, or the sound of rain on my window. I was hesitant to make this post, but I figure that this stage of life is part of the journey. Coming down from a serious high that came along with traveling is proving to be challenging and I sometimes think that if you took away all my pictures and told me that my trip ...
... 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 ...
On Boxing Day we ventured info Brandon - about 45 minutes away - to stay with Kendra's sister Michelle for a few nights as Mary and Wayne left for a winter escape to Texas. Very common over here - people move down to the States for most of the winter as it's too cold. Sooks. Ha ha. Brandon is a city pretty much - reminds me of Bendigo or Ballarat in size. It has a University and big hockey etc etc. The couple of days we were there we mostly relaxed and enjoyed ...
... and the United Kingdom. Yes. That is twenty countries, in just less than five months. It's an ambitious goal, but Jordyn and I are ambitious people :) As for luggage, I will be living out of a backpack. Basically, my plan is to take minimal clothing items, a few basic toiletries, and most importantly my baby blanket. (Yes mother, I am taking my blanket with me!) I have found some pretty neat things over the past few months to take on ...