Kristina and I hit the road at 8:35 this morning from Sherwood Park, AB. Thirteen hours have passed and we’re in Shoal Lake Manitoba, at the Shoal Lake Motor Inn.
We could’ve kept going, but road construction and a coming thunderstorm forced us to stop.
We had a quick pit stop in the Alberta-Saskatchewan border town of Lloydminster. Gassed up again just east of Saskatoon in beautiful Colonsay, finally stopping for some grub and a Pil at Brown’s Social House in Yorkton, near the Manitoba boarder.
It was beautiful prairie driving through foreboding skies and some rain. Sometimes lots of rain. But when we hit Manitoba, the skies were clear so we soldiered on. Then it got dark. And the road construction erased the road markings. And clear sky gave way to clouds and lightening.
So, we’re taking a powder in Shoal and will hit the road again bright and early Tuesday AM.
Take a look at some of K’s pics.
13 hours is long enough to be on the road Tim. Keep us posted and give Kristina our love for her new adventure.