Travelodge Hotel Saskatoon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Kenora. 8 am. 6 degrees. First stop for gas 300 km later and it was 14 degrees. I took off my gloves and fleece sweater. Second gas stop after Winnipeg the jacket came off and it was 24 degrees. I have never ridden on such bad roads. Every 2 km or so on the highway there was blue garbage bins for people to throw their trash into. WTF??? Who is …
... Hopefully less wind tomorrow, decent wifi and great cable stations tonight at our campground. Going to get down to 15 degrees celsius tonight/60 degrees fahrenheit. These metrics in Canada taking some getting used to, 160K=100miles, 110kph=65mph. Probably get pretty good at this by the time we leave ...
... a full afternoon and evening. I did check out a little bit of the University, but I did not venture too deep in, it was a long way back. Observation of the day - Riding these past few days, I came to realize that there are parts of the country that just look the same. I mean you could be in a 'strip mall' development in Surrey, BC or Red Deer, AB or Saskatoon, SK or a lot of other places along the way and it just looks the same. I ...
Saskatoon - The writer James L. Gordon, in a line I intend to make my own when the time is right, once remarked that kindness is the green grass near the hard pebbles of the road. This holds especially true for anyone who has ever traveled on top a motorcycle. Beyond the speed, the maintenance, the great mileage and the obvious sex appeal, there is the motorcycling community. And it's not as elitist as you may think. On any road you ...
... their thighs appear moderately less bulbous, render their calves practically inconsequential.
Most prairie folk are particularly adept at things such as discussing pointless local hockey teams, politely holding doors open for people as much as half a block behind them, and making smoking outside in sub-arctic temperatures look even less appealing than you already suspected. Driving, however, is typically not their strong suit, despite the fact most people ...