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... the Royal Canadian Mounted Police training head Quarters and their museum. Then we drove on to Moose Jaw a little smaller town. Did the Tunnels tour on Sunday. During the 20's and 30's Moose Jaw was known as Little Chicago North. The tunnels are where liquor was made for the high demand coming from the states. Then on Monday we went to the Transportation Museum, it had a lot of interesting exhibits. Some of the first snow mobiles, closed ...
... a replacement fuse, but no1 had what we needed. We had a fridge full of food and no way to keep it cool, and phones that would need charging. We were both extremely frustrated, why does this stuff keep happening to us?! There wasn't much we could about it then, it was almost 5, so we decided to go to the movies. I was desperate to see Pitch Perfect 2, but its not out here yet. I thought Canada would have been ahead of Australia and New Zealand. but apparently not. The Age of Adaline ...
... that once love in Calgary that I looked after - if you remember) to come out from Regina and stay the night. The two of them played in the pool with the water slide all night and all the next morning while Curtis and I did the tours. Was a long sleepless night for me as I had to share with the two girls who kids and punched in their sleep. Was looking forward to arriving in ...
... their finery). Once we were all standing along both sides of the chapel, the President told the graduands to all take the tassel hanging from the right side of their caps and move it over to the left and join the ranks of graduates!! Then more mingling and congratulations and hand shaking and picture taking followed. Wonderful pandemonium. I left Caronport feeling fulfilled and full of joy. Praise God, from whom all blessings ...
... the Al Capone era to life once again.
Leaving Moose Jaw, we made our way to Buffalo Pound Provincial Park, unfortunately suffering the Oreo Cookie Incident of 2013 along the way (ask Becca about it once she’s had time to recover). Surrounded by fields, we were uncertain exactly what to expect at the park. What a pleasant surprise! Hidden below the winds was a gorgeous ...