Morris Stampede Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... frustrated. The Stampeders won soundly last night, and the Bombers have lost 7 in a row and are all but out of playoff contention. Hooters was a fun place. The food was pretty good, he beer prices reasonable (compared to $9 for a draft at the Stadium) and the girls efficient and flirty. The bus ride to the stadium (40 minutes) ) was rowdy on the way there, and crazy rowdy on the return. The newly-opened Stadium is a beautiful work of archetecture. Set ...
... took Highway 3 to Medicine Hat, then hooked on to the TransCanada. At Swift Current (AKA Speedy Creek) we stopped for lunch, and my driving was done for the day. Gump got us an hour past Regina (roughly the half way mark) and we found a roadside motel in Grenfell, Saskatchewan. We had some beer and popcorn in the room while watching Hamilton beat Ottawa. We then walked to "downtown" and checked out the Granite Hotel Tavern. A real piece of work. I ...
... hipster group with really attractive band members, so after the performance all us girls got pictures with the two Fine young men :) We danced hard to Shad and Bruce Cockburn played again.
After the concert we went to a pub and ate nachos and talked until curfew. It was great to be out as almost a full group and to have some fun (only a couple people who are underage couldn't come but they were planning to go out for coffee so it worked out perfectly)!
On Sunday ...
... Scout, Audrey, Thatcher, and, perhaps, Kieran, included, of course!) This morning brought the arrival of blue skies, bright sunshine and much warmer temperatures. Soon after eating breakfast, we arrived in Winnipeg, our first, scheduled and somewhat extended stop - 2 hours or so. It felt great to get fresh air and really stretch our legs! And while the two hours did not afford us the opportunity to see much of Winnipeg, we were able to walk toward the waterfront to catch ...
... and took off in 8 canoes for another island about 7km away. The weather was chilly and windy, but we all made it. We set up camp, ate dinner, sang camp fire songs and brushed our teeth in the lake water. The next two days were eventful, we went cliff jumping into the freezing water, ate lunch in our flotillas in the middle of the lake, sang songs, explored an underground/flooded mine, saw salamanders, warmed up around camp fires, layed out under the stars and made plenty of ...