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SASKATOON, great sounding name, day spent crossing the prairies, vast plain of wheat/barley and flax fields, all now harvested very black soil, passed many small towns, question, why do farmers never throw out old cars/trucks/tractors etc ? every yard has them, food on train still good, hard to get a proper sleep ....
... regular routine, and then I remind Jim that there was a load of laundry that needed to be tumbled in the dryer to de-wrinkle and then would need to be brought up as a lot of what is in there is going into the suitcase.
Shortly after 7 he brings the laundry basket up. I don’t want them to wrinkle so I start to pull them out of the basket and spread them out flat on the bed. My day is officially started. It isn’t long ...
... camp and students were presenting their original songs in a contest on a small side stage. There were some very talented beginning musicians of all ages.
After this we had something to eat and set up our chairs at the main stage. We hung out there all afternoon and evening and saw some amazing musicians. There were groups from all over North America. The last group, The Texmaniacs, had a really ...
A 6 hour drive to Saskatoon battling crosswinds and semi trailers flinging stones at our windshield. Our friend in Saskatoon talked us out of staying in a Walmart parking lot, so instead we camped out in a large church parking lot. This turned out to be really good because it was quiet, free and close to everything. Thank you to the kindness of the church for allowing us 2 nites there. While in Saskatoon we toured the Western Development Museum...it was ...
... Lights. I cannot express the beauty of this phenomenon. On a clear night, pastel shades of blue and green danced across a starry background, with an occasional flicker of purple or pink. Some nights I took my camera, tripod, and a cup of tea out onto the docks to photograph the lights. One day I’ll have a house and those pictures will be on the wall, guaranteed.
We lived in private cabins with two people in each. Anna and I shared one. They’re nothing ...