BEST WESTERN Royal Hotel
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... town. Albeit it was a bloody long walk about 5 miles. We had lunch right in front of the Bessborough Hotel (what a beautiful old hotel) hot dogs, lemonade and ice cream cones(can't bet that).
Slowly crawled back with many breaks and the dogs are passed out.
Off to Yorktown ...
On the road again today. Our second to last day of driving across Canada. We have left Saskatoon and are heading toward Moose Jaw, what a name for a town!!!!! Apparently there are tunnels here that Al Capone used back in the day to smuggle contraband across the country. We will see!!!!! Still passing through farming country with lots of lakes. Went to the tunnels in Moosejaw for a brief ...
... roadways up to a few feet. Remember how it was raining a bunch yesterday? Apparently, some parts of Manitoba and Saskatchewan got hit with a third of the annual average precipitation over the course of a few days. That means flooding, and lots of it, because the plains provinces are flat and somewhat featureless. Saskatchewan means "Land of the Living Skies"...and those skies were angry this week. All along the roadways, brand new lakes ...
... For more than four years I have received many a blank stare and questioning eye after declaring that my major is Anthropology. I can’t say with confidence that I never got tired of answering the question "what IS Anthropology, anyway?" To this question I often gave terribly unsatisfying answers which did no justice to it’s splendour. I suppose it was difficult for me to define, on a whim, a discipline so broad and multi-faceted and which had become almost second nature ...
Well it's hard to believe, but the Europe trip is here! After a quick farewell we left sunny (and windy) Saskatoon for Toronto and arrived there at 3:30PM Sask time. In Toronto we had a four hour layover, which we spent reading through more plans, gazing out at the cloudy grey landscape, and in general being thankful we aren't from TO. A little Tim Hortons for a snack, and now it's boarding time to Paris where we should arrive at 9:45am local ...