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Drove 203 miles to Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Border crossing took about 45 minutes and was fairly easy-nothing was thrown away. Set up camp and went into Regina to catch the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Museum. Went to the Cathedral Village Arts Festival and a Fiber Store and had dinner at the Last Straw Pub in hopes of Sid getting a really unique Canadian beer. He got a smoked wheat beer with lemon slice that was okay but not amazing. ...
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In 1984, the house was returned to official ceremonial government use, and the restoration of the interior began, restoring the house to its early 1900s beauty.
Here is an interesting tidbit: In Regina, Lieutenant is pronounced ...
... we could! We are looking pretty haggered... We all have huge dark circles under our eyes and our legs are sooooo swollen... Giving the illusion of some super sexy cankles. We are currently heading out of Regina right now with the goal of making it into Ontario tonight! Mom has said that we are going to get a hotel tonight... I'm so excited! A real shower and bed would make my life right now! Love getting your emails everyone! Love ya! ...
... around before getting on the road again to start the long days trip home. We saw lots of Mule Deer and Pronghorn sheep as well as a few Golden Eagles eating deer that were dead on the side of the road. We had 3 stops to get gas and some hot drinks and were at the boarder back to Canada at 6.30pm. The boarder crossing was nice and easy and we didn't have to wait which was awesome. The weather pretty much turned to **** as soon as we had crossed the boarder so we had ...
... until she fell asleep. When the kids came home this morning, she loved them almost immediately. She quickly let them carry her around and now she wants them almost as much as she wants me. Tomorrow we'll try to go to church, probably the 10:00 service. Steve and I are really missing it. Thanks to everyone for reading and for your encouraging comments. God has taken such good care of us and He has brought Lily safely home where she belongs. Praise ...