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... camp and students were presenting their original songs in a contest on a small side stage. There were some very talented beginning musicians of all ages.
After this we had something to eat and set up our chairs at the main stage. We hung out there all afternoon and evening and saw some amazing musicians. There were groups from all over North America. The last group, The Texmaniacs, had a really ...
... as well. They bake bread twice a week, enough for the whole colony!!!!! A feat on its own!!! They basically follow the Lutheran religion and are not really fanatical. There are 3 sects of Hutterites with approximately 150 colonies in each throughout Canada and US. They even enjoy having an alcoholic bevy!!!! This afternoon we went north of Saskatoon to visit a very large farmer. He farms about 40000 acres, owns 9 big air seeders, 12 headers, 21 b ...
... 16 guests and some squirrels on the island at one time.
Somehow a bit of a prank war began between the girls and boys… I found myself with Anna in one of the boy’s cabins, rigging up a trap so that when they walked through the door, a stuffed martin (kind of like a possum) would drop down and hopefully scare the **** out of them.
Unfortunately we had to abort the mission as they were coming back earlier then expected, so the trap ...
... for some short-hiking supplies that I may need in the upcoming days, some groceries for the cooler, and lunch. From there, another 3 or so hours of prairie driving to my target for the afternoon/evening, Saskatoon.
Thanks to my Newfoundland-based friend and travel blogger/writer, Candice of http://www.candicedoestheworld.com/, I had a heads up from one of her travels that Saskatoon is ...
... was to attempt to do a trip without a flight. It's amazing to think that the world can be traversed without a flight. Thanks to transatlantic and transpacific crossings, and the transiberian/Mongolian railroad, it is possible and amazing. And, to y surprise, at a time when I had more time than money, it was a great deal cheaper to travel by boat and train, than by plane. Anyway. So after 6 months of working and planning like crazy, the adventure of a lifetime ...