North Star Motel

Hwy 1 E, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4N7L1, Canada | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Regina

Home again

A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1 on Jul 25, 2014

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... on the last leg of the flight, but got on theground seconds ahead of the storm. We were stuck in the plane then for an hour, but at least we were in Regina. More boring stuff with the baggage system, but hey, at 10:30 i was in my own bed. It was a great trip, and I'd do it all again (minus a couple of tactical errors). Staying connected has become a very important part of these adventures. Thanks to everyone who ha followed and sent mcomments and messages. Next year- ...

Little Volkswagon on the Prairie

A travel blog entry by megancarty on Apr 19, 2014

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... accommodations travel book, but tonight our priorities shifted to "pool" and "hot tub". Some new little puppet fans from Thunder Bay made our day by sending us a picture of them in the Awkbird t-shirts. It is just so cool to see kids wearing our art. WARNING: PUPPET EXPLOSION FAST APPROACHING!


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Mt Rushmore, Last leg back to Regina

A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Feb 19, 2014

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... around before getting on the road again to start the long days trip home. We saw lots of Mule Deer and Pronghorn sheep as well as a few Golden Eagles eating deer that were dead on the side of the road. We had 3 stops to get gas and some hot drinks and were at the boarder back to Canada at 6.30pm. The boarder crossing was nice and easy and we didn't have to wait which was awesome. The weather pretty much turned to **** as soon as we had crossed the boarder so we had ...

Vancouver airport

A travel blog entry by lgsavar on Dec 24, 2013

We arrived in Vancouver at 5 AM. Maren was anxious to get to the next gate as her plane left at 7. So as soon as she cleared customs, she picked up her luggage and headed out. Josephine and I got a guy with a trolley to help with our heavy bags and went more slowly. I was surprised with the ease of going through customs - no questions at all. Josephine and I found the gate from ...

Fly Day

A travel blog entry by swiftydj on Dec 09, 2013

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... a logistics rail yard for oil and grain and the project is well on it's way! I work intensively long hours away from home mainly during the spring, summer and fall. I have quite a unique position as in the winter time when the ground starts to freeze, I am able to avoid part or most of the extremely cold winter and see the world. I am happy and privileged to work for such flexible and understanding firm. I have been with the same company for 7 years. Aside from my ...

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