Sawridge Inn and Conference Centre Fort McMurray
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... her idea! We found beautiful running tracks through the forests but didn't come across any bears. We also got stuck into editing our gopro footage and making a movie. We finished our snow adventures video and began our roadtrip and coachella movie, which is slowly coming along. A quick pack up and we were out of Fort Mac on the 31st. We passed through Edmonton to say goodbye to Anna as she was visiting her son. She shouted us all lunch which was lovely and we ...
... or just to hang if we wanted. He asked if we had phones, certainly not. He persisted that we take his number anyway, so we did.... then I lost it accidentally.
I was sitting playin guitar again, an older fella rocks up and parks next to me in his ute, 'Nice guitar' he cheerfully says. I suppose thats a better approach than 'nice cans'. He tells me his life story and that he was meant to hear back from a company 4 days ago and that it had been 4 days. He also ...
It's t-20 hours until we leave for Honduras. I should probably start packing.... Or I could do that later. I am so excited, words can not convey it. Excited to see my old friends in Honduras, excited to meet new ones, excited to see all the little kiddies again and to stumble through my Spanish. Excited to share the first principles programs with the Hondurans and ...
A short but hard ride yesterday, lots of road works and trucks, one road from Edmonton to Fort McMurray, one sealed road that is. The Road King has excelled, two up, with luggage, 9141 km travelled, Fort McMurray, through Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Alberta, British Columbia, then Alberta and back to ...
The whole area up here is vast, the only north running river in the world, refineries, trucks and even family cars are all super sized. The pace during summer is frantic with construction at its peak in an attempt to use the scant time before the snow starts in a few short months. Everyone is using this time to get out and do things, the animals included. But beware, if it moves it is on the menu, bison burgers, rudolf steaks, and Elk sliders are all here. Fortunately ...