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... modified corn starches, textile dyeing, glass making, kraft paper and mineral feeds for livestock. 145,000 tonnes of sodium sulphate is mined from Chaplin each year and they estimate that there is a 20 year supply at current extraction rates.
But that was all just a distraction to get us off our numb butts for a few minutes. As we drove through the outskirts of Regina, we saw the damage from trees downed by ...
We set off from Calgary after a huge day at the stampede and made our way across the prairie country into the province of Sashatchewan. Everyone had told us that there was not much to see but we enjoyed the vast plains with the green and golden crops. Parts of it reminded me of western Queensland in a very good season with the rolling hills and the vast crops. Not much in the way of wildlife although we did see a coyote and a lot of prairie ...
... skating competition and finished 2nd - super proud moment - Lots of Christmas parties - mostly for the kids. Santa visited on a number of occasions - It snowed a lot and got really cold - I saw Pearl Jam - they were awesome - I got a care package from Mum with an early Christmas present from my sister Mindy - she's having another baby! That's about all the major stuff. Now to Christmas. We went to Kendra's families in Verdin, Manitoba. With it ...
... and we have had 2 days of rain and wind since. This has been the first bad weather to date. Unfortunately Brenda has had to work every day so we have only see her in the evenings. She teaches to grade 8 in a Hutterite community about an hours drive from here. Lac Pelletier is a summer holiday place but Brenda has decided to live here year round now. There is a small community of locals all very friendly and willing to have a ...
... the clematis plant. Denny made us a fantastic supper of baked salmon with hot sauce and Dijon mustard and it was delicious. Overall, I had a lovely leisurely time with Cathie, Denny and Cadee, the dog. Cadee is entertaining as she looks like she is doing yoga when she sleeps. She also likes to lick toes and sleep on the back of chairs. Cadee represents all the emotional reasons why people have dogs - loving and adorable.
I moved slowly Monday so did not get on ...