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Well, we made it out of Regina, but it took us a long time and a lot of trouble, that's for sure! The coldest days of the winter i remember in these 3 years, with temperatures down to -30s and windchills of -40s. Of course, car doesn't start. Call CAA, they are busy, come the next day. The car is too frozen by now and they can't boost it. Even says …
... Our refrigerator was cold again after being on electricity for a day, so we felt that we could dry camp if necessary. After initially telling us that we could not stay at the Red Trail Campground in the same site because the park was fully booked, when we told them that as long as they wanted us to hook up again and move, we would just move to another campground, they magically found out that it would be OK for us ...
... He is now able to leave the rehab facility for a few hours at a time with nephew, Bill, and soon will be allowed to go home.
On a sad note, tomorrow, my best friend, Judy, is holding a memorial for her husband, Jack, who passed away right before we started on this trip. Tomorrow would be his 79th birthday. We hate to miss this, but son Lee will attend with grandson Oliver in our stead. ...
... I filled water tank and put out my small solar panel. The plan is to stay for 6 nights.
Just outside the National Park is the small town of Medora and many things to do and see. We went to the Chateau de Mores home and museum. The Home was built by a French Nobleman who planned to make his fortune in the cattle industry. He had come up with the idea of slaughtering beef prior to shipping, instead of shipping ...
... speeds on the train . . . which meant a later arrival times in Chicago!! The further we travel, the more people fret about possible missed connections (this gets worse the closer we get to Chicago).
The sleeping quarters on the sleeping car are a little roomier than the roomette of previous trips.
We payed $99 for a two double beda room, so per person about $25, which is pretty reasonable for a super warm room. They are smokers rooms and we were not told, so the smell is a bit disturbing at first, but at least in our room it wasn't that strong. The welcome was a bit cold, but they are nice people. They had coffee and juice and bagels and toast for breakfast, included.
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