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Jun 14, 2010 - Sunshine At Last!
After some pretty wild wind during the night we woke up to bright sunshine and clear blue skies! Hit the road eastbound and other then stops for coffee and fuel pretty much stayed on the road until we hit the destination for the day, the community campsite in Gull Lake, Saskatchewan. After setting up the trailer we decided to take a walk into town or what there is of it! Fire station, police station, restaurant, grocery store, and a museum made up the downtown core of Gull Lake. Upon returning to the trailer Marilyn spotted a blister on one...Jump to full entry
Sep 2, 2009 - From Saskatchewan to Deloraine and Killarney
We left the Gull Lake area and drove through to Manitoba, through all the wheat fields being harvested. We met my cousin Lorna at Deloraine and had a visit with my Aunt Aileen. She is slowly fading in her extended care home, but remembered Malcolm very well (even more than me). Then we had dinner with Lorna and got re-acquainted, before driving to Killarney and checking into our campsite at the fairgrounds.Jump to full entry
This was the response from the GPS when we programmed in Calgary the next morning. There is not much to report about our drive from Regina to Gull Lake where we camped the night, except that there was no lake and we didn't see any Gulls (or Lakes for that matter as the original had dried up around a century ago!). Still a $10 campsite with free showers and as much free firewood as you can burn can't be bad. It is funny how the human brain, given all the time and space in the world to consider higher matters, inevitably reverts to lower ones...Jump to full entry
Jul 8, 2005 - Saskatchewan
And we're off again - We spent the night at Gull Lake, SK... looks like a typical SK small town. We loved the SK visitor centre....... Kids and Adult T-Shirts sold read: Saskatchewan Hard to Spell Easy to Draw With a big rectangle colored in green and yellow Always love a sense of humor! Will have to come back and actually visit the prairies some time -- there's several National Parks we skipped. NN © Nancy Nederlof 2005Jump to full entry