After about two days of constant eastward driving, with no turns, and no change of scenery, the open skies of the prairies start to lose their appeal. When you can see a tree in the distance – the only landmark in all three hundred and sixty degrees – and not actually drive past that tree for another thirty minutes, things can get dull.
Thankfully we found a nice break for the night in Wolseley, Saskatchewan, at the Twilite Drive-In Theatre. We had passed several drive-in theatres for months, but all of them were permanently closed, until this one.
They were playing Rio 2, an obvious money grab of a pointless sequel of its namesake, but the theatre itself was great, and made a nice little photo shoot, even if I was only using my HTC 1X Android phone as the camera (like I always do).
We even got to pull up and face the screen sideways, so that we could lay in our trailer and watch the screen through our side window.
Thanks, Twilite Drive-In!