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Not a lot to update about today. We left cow poo town and drove east across the border into Saskatchewan, the prairies are living up to their name being flat and lightly snow covered at this time of year. Although the team has been hopeful of seeing a moose we haven't even come close. I think we may have seen some Elk, well bits of Elk really. We …
The place I wanted to see most in Regina was The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Heritage Centre. I was dying to tour the museum and (let's be fair, here) shop in the gift store.
Beyond the basic curiosity and admiration of the Mounties, I have a special--albeit distant--connection to them. One of my oldest and dearest friends, Amy, is the granddaughter of Arnold Friberg. You know this artist, even if you don't ...
... in the Graney tradition, toasting Emmas birthday. Bottle of Verve and off to bed.
Happy birthday Emma. We are really happy to be here to share her day. It's been a long time since we were able to give her a hug on her birthday. A special birthday. Em has 2 days off so we can spend some time together in Regina. The four of us are having High Tea at the Royal Saskatchewan Hotel. While Emma was getting ready, Wen and I walked downtown ...
We leave Salt Lake and have an un-eventful drive into Vegas. The Rodeo seems to be fine with 75 MPH through the dessert and its associated heat. We, without a/c, suffer a little but before we know it the sights of Vegas are in view and we can escape the traveling hotbox.
We stop at Las Vegas Motorspeedway to check out the track, we pass several driving experiences, Lamborghinis, McLaren and the Richard Petty driving experience. Not to be ...
Woke up to a beautiful day so naturally we wanted to go play outside. It was close to minus 30 or more, but beautiful blue skies. We made snow angles and played around in the snow, trying to follow the tracks of a Jack Rabbit. We boiled the kettle and tried the vaporizing water trick when you throw boiling water into the air and it turns to steam, which was fun!! All the neighbors were watching us out the window seeing how crazy ...