Days Inn Moose Jaw
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Well we are starting to adjust to the new time zones. There was a bit of a mix up because Saskatchewan is the only province to not recognize daylight savings time. I made an appointment to have the hot water tank looked at and it was a malfunctioning check valve at the top of the tank. Wow, a not tooooooo expensive repair. While they ...
... a friggen barn trailing behind it and we found out that Gill didn't know what a shoulder check was... Yikes! We were telling her to do them the whole time and then finally she screams "WHAT THE F#%K IS A SHOULDER CHECK?!?!??!" ... Needless to say we got her to pull over and taught her how. We set up dinner at a little pullout spot (smokies with pretzel buns!) then got on the road again for another 3 hours. We made it to a trucker stop ...
... nine hours of driving! So here we are!
BTW some of you have been asking about this travel blog called Travelpod. I managed to find it by searching apps on "Paul's" iPad. It couldn't be easier...and the creators have emailed me inviting me to make comments on the app. There were a few glitches and they responded very quickly and were resolved. Not sure if you can create such a thing on a PC.
... before I made my first turn in about 30 km or so.
Saskatchewan plains are.....well, flat. Put a pencil on your table, the table is the land and the pencil is the railroad slightly raised running through the country. Mile upon mile with the straightest crop rows you can imagine, Thank you GPS. Went through Weyburn and a sign said it is the largest single grain collection city in CA.
I spent last night in Moose Jaw, SK. Named for the bend in the ...
... day on my way to class. When the weather was nice, I took the long way around on a path that paralled a field of horses and cows. Very small town!
One day in the fall I was inside studying and heard such a cacophony of sound outside I ran out to see what it was. I have never seen so many snow geese migrating. The sound was deafening and the skies were literally black with geese. What a ...