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... while the girls went riding so Allan got me to put together fittings with silicon for his troughs. Then off to town I went todo some massage. Every now and then we go to the tire pile to lend a hand. I learnt to drive the bobcat around, they call it a skidster. My horse riding is going ok, Jessie spent half an hour with me in the round pen on Radar. Teaching me how to trot properly and post correctly. She took the stirrups off too as we trotted, I didn't end up ...
Woke up and packed up for our travels. We have a set routine. Started to bring in the slide and it came in a little and then stopped. What to do? Tried all switches. Nothing worked. Ended up driving with slide out to front office which was RV store. Repair guy came out and pushed button and slide came in. Go figure! Fred ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
"The Lloyd" - why here you ask? To visit our good friends of course!!
Lloydminster is now an oil town, but was originally settled by the Barr Colony: folks from England that came over to settle new land with the aid of Reverend Lloyd. Lloydminster is now a thriving regional centre on the border of Alberta and Saskatchewan, the main employer being those companies that are in the ...