Howard Johnson Inn Yorkton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- Swimming pool
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... The circle of life!
For dinner, we drive 20 minutes down the highway to Stenen where an old school house has been converted into a very trendy restaurant called Rawhides. Great food, an impressive wine list and authentic feeling cowboy ambience. The prairies have changed in the 30 years since we left. Even the big cites did not offer this kind of dining experience when we lived here. The foodie and decorating movement has transformed this part of the ...
... seem to go on forever, but the sky and cloud formations were very beautiful.
We really enjoyed the day, and stayed in a motel in the town of Yorkton, which supposedly has a population of about 18'000, but looks much bigger. It even has an enormous Walmart Supercentre where Mike purchased an amazing pair of sunglasses ($19).
As we need to reach Calgary by Friday afternoon, we have a long ride tomorrow from Yorkton to Kindersley Saskatchewan, about 540 ...
... and attempt to make contact with distant family relations.
We hope you'll enjoy the journey.
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark ...
... the others I can only refer to as large daisies.
I had dinner with the same ‘just outside Toronto’ woman from lunch, as well as a couple from Edinburgh whose daughter works for Virgin Atlantic and had managed to get them a first class flight over to San Francisco, but any green-eyed-monster was put to sleep by the fact that they’d had to pay $2000 each for their four-night trip from Vancouver to Toronto, whereas ...
... in need of. A fuzzy pastel orange and green striped, four dollar blankie.
The bus gets pretty cold and all you want to do is sleep, all the time, so it's necessary to be as cozy as possible. The blankie kept me company all the way home.