Today Kathleen and I leave for an extensive road trip. Our furthest destination will be Ottawa to visit my family, but the loop will carry us through the prairie provinces, the upper portions of North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan, crossing at Sault Ste Marie. After a two day stay at Kathleen's Dad's on the Bruce Peninsula, we continue to Ottawa.
We have tee times starting tomorrow at Dakota Dunes south of Saskatoon (A Canadian tour stop), The King's Walk in Grand Forks North Dakota (an Arnold Palmer course) and Cobble Beach Golf Resort in Owen Sound Ontario (one of the top rated Canadian courses).
Our travel home from Ottawa will include stops in Toronto and Chicago for some MLB games (Jays VS Yankees, and Cubs VS Marlins), and then through Illinois (a brief appearance by Indiana), on through Southern Michigan, Wisconsin, skirting the top of Iowa, trekking through South Dakota (including Mount Rushmore and Deadwood) cutting through the corner of Wyoming and passing through various points of eastern Montana before hitting the southern Alberta Border and on to home. When all is said and done, We'll have been on the road for 21 days and nearly 10,000 kilometres (about 6200 miles).
Blogging will happen in various places:
Our main travel blog: http://johnandkathleen.blogspot.com/
My golf blog: http://johnsgolfblog.blogspot.com/