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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 ...
... interesting and an accurate depiction of prairie life in the last 100 years....highly recommend it. We biked part of the Meewasin Trail from Rotary Park to University of Sask and across the bridge back through downtown to the Bessborogh hotel and return to Rotary park. The parks along the River are extensive and the bike paths are impressive. We found Saskatoon to be a beautiful city and so bicycle friendly. Expenses: Stone chip repair: $45. Gas: ...
... HAPPINESS! :D Weather: N/A B: Jugo Juice L: Bacon Cheeseburger and Sweet Potato Fries (True Burger) D: chicken stroganoff, bun and chocolate cake Quotes for the day: Like What up Toronto? - in response to their water fountains. *rueben puts plane light on* I'm ...
... Fortunately, I THINK maybe only one car passed during that time along the desolate nearby highway, but if that driver was looking, he/she might have gotten a "show".
I stopped in a nearby little town called Moosomin just past the Saskatchewan provincial border, took a "did not find" on my first attempted geocache, but fortunately found the next one, and thus was able to light ...
... is determination and a positive attitude, there will always be work. There will always be money. There will always be a house and a garden and a dog. There won't always be a time that is so perfect, an opportunity so right, that it would be a life-long regret not to follow through with it. And this was where my trip planning began. Despite the allure of Australia and New Zealand; of Indonesia and Thailand. Of South American c Antarctica and Africa, I knew ...