Calderhouse Inn Bed & Breakfast
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... gets himself dressed and off to work. I have a full day ahead of me so I have no time to waste. I find the bags I need and bring them to the bedroom and then I start collecting things together; electronics, clothes, toiletries. The bed is a mish-mash of things in different piles. I don’t look at all organized but I really am. I start folding clothes to put in the suitcase. I wonder if I have selected too many as before I get pants and shorts for ...
... the perfect song to start our trip.
When we got into Saskatoon we had a few stops to make. It ended up taking an hour to get our errands done but, finally, coffee in hand, we started for Big River. After several pee breaks we made it to the festival sight at about 12:30 pm.
We found a campsite, set up our tent, ate some lunch and set off towards the action. Apparently, there had been ...
... if they are busy this is waived, then 2 church services on Sundays along with Sunday school. Teachers travel out from the city to teach the children. They are basically self taught in everything from mechanics to carpentry, electrics, plumbing. Children go to school until they are 15, boys become farmers and girls get married and have kids!!!! The women do the cooking, cleaning, weed the garden, sew the clothes etc. I think they do a lot with the ...
... and all we managed to do was cover their toilet seat in Aloe Vera gel.
I was in our cabin the following day and discovered that our toilet seat had been removed completely and was nowhere in sight. After about a week of searching for it, I found the toilet seat between my mattress and my bed. That’s what you get for messing with the boys.
To this day, the highlight of the past year happened at Hatchet, which was witnessing Aurora Borealis, or ...
... darned nice city. The highlight is a fabulous trail network along and around the South Saskatchewan River, called the Meewasin Valley Trail. I had enough daylight left upon my arrival to take in a sampling; see my pictures below, and learn more about it here: http://meewasin.com/visitors/trails
A bit more walking around town, and I called it a day. See today's pictures below.