Travelodge Yorkton

Address: 345 Broadway St W, Yorkton, Saskatchewan, S3N 0N8, Canada | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by linda.edwards on Jun 04, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

Up at 7 am and took a leisurely morning...thank god!

Started out at 10am got gas and then headed out of Saskatoon to La****n. Stopped to shop and get propane. Lunch was in an empty field ohhh egg salad sandwiches and coconut cookies.

Next stop was the little burg of Colonsay...cute town but nothing there.

On to Foam Lake (The greatest place on earth to live) ...

And we're off......

A travel blog entry by airstream2525 on Sep 25, 2014

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As the winds of fall begin to blow. Sharon and I have been busy getting ready to head to Albuquerque New Mexico. We plan to attend an Airstream Rally and take part in the a Balloon Rally that attacks visitors from around the world.

So with this - we are off and will touch base as we travel south.....

Canada West: Day 6

A travel blog entry by js_cameron on Sep 10, 2014

2 comments, 20 photos

Start: Brandon, Manitoba
End: Yorkton, Saskatchewan

Mike and I decided to have an easy day, with a relatively short ride of around 300 km. It was not as cold as Monday, with a range of temperatures between 8 and 10 degrees.

It was great riding together for first time since the 1970s, and to see the same wonderful scenery of the prairie provinces.


View? What View?

A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Jun 09, 2011

1 comment, 4 photos

... I commented ‘it’s just like on Titanic,’ but revoked my statement as soon as I realised I may have jinxed our journey; I was reassured by one of the class-makers by the fact that we were ‘okay, [because] this isn’t its maiden voyage.’

We were quick to get back on the train to claim our spots at lunch, and enjoyed a lovely salmon and avocado wrap followed by a too-rich slice of chocolate cake, but ...

What a country we live in.

A travel blog entry by richarddsmith on Sep 17, 2010

9 photos

... and I just have to ask - how do those trees grow out of those rocks. Amazing. We are now travelling the prairies.
Great bald eagles, falcons, deer, ground hogs, turkey vultures, deer and bison were viewed from the car.
We stopped for lunch at Portage La Prairie and sat near the floodway The rivers run north from just after Thunder Bay, and they continue to run north this far west. They go to the Arctic Ocean. I can ...

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