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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... upon a paved highway that looks like the one we are seeking so we turn onto it. Ten minutes later we are back on #16, where we started. Back to the map and plan B. On to Colonsay and another left turn onto a road we hope will connect us to highway 5, which it does.
As a child I travelled this road every summer with my family on road trips from Kamsack to Saskatoon. What I most remember, besides singing along to AM radio, is that the ...
... 509 miles).
Oh yes, almost forgot... I named this entry after the great Guess Who song of the same title from the early 70's. After spending an hour an a half in Saskatoon in the rain with a useless GPS I've pretty much decided that I won't be running back here real soon... in case you want to enjoy a live version of the song just click on the following - Running Back to Saskatoon
Caitlin and I were up at about 7:00 am to finish packing for our weekend. I did not sleep very well as it was freakishly hot last night and we don't have air conditioning. We are heading up to Big River, Saskatchewan for the Northern Lights Bluegrass Festival. Caitlin is covering this festival in her role as Saskatchewanderer.
We will be camping but there are food vendors at the festival which ...
... and of course tractors to pull everything. Ian and Thomas were in their element. His name is Brad Toth and his wife's name is Charlene. They have 3 daughters and are about the same age as Thomas & Cally. Very nice people and after touring the farm they took us to their lake house for dinner. Very enjoyable and hospitable people, it was a long drive back to Saskatoon!!!!!! This is probably a bit boring for everybody, but this is what pays for the ...
We began working for Hatchet Lake Lodge in early June and spent the best part of two and a half months at this prime fisherman's hideaway. We had gotten the job through a friend and had pre-organized it before we left home. We worked about 10hrs per day without a day off, and although the hours were long and tiring, it really was a fantastic couple of months.
The lodge is on an island in an isolated area of Northern Saskatchewan. Along with a handful of staff, there ...