Thursday, June 15, 2017

Onto Saskatchewan

 There were lots of puddles in the morning from heavy rain overnight. Harvee Too had a little trouble getting traction in the rain soaked grass and mud at our site when we pulled out at 8:00 and drove to the campground office to use the Wi-Fi. We also used the dumping station before topping up the gas tank @ $ .92.9 / litre. We were on our way by 10:00. It remained mostly overcast but no rain.

We stopped in Lloydminster, Canada's only Border City so Jean could do some banking at TD. We passed a mall with a branch where we could park and what luck! A Magicuts in the same mall. I needed a haircut badly. Finally! It felt great.
In 1905 the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan were created and the Fourth Meridian was declared the dividing line between them. It literally runs right through the city. Two towering orange border markers mark the Fourth Meridian on hwy 16.
We ate lunch before motoring on, a total of  401 km to Campland RV Resort west of Saskatoon. We passed an even better gas deal @ $ .88.9/ litre and topped up once more.  It was much drier in this part of Saskatchewan so mosquitoes were not a problem.

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