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... 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: ...
... of eskys that had been on the boats all day. As glamorous as it was, I enjoyed being outside and away from everyone else for a while. After two months of living on a secluded island that’s a two-hour flight from anywhere, you take any peace and quiet you can get.
Part of being cooler girl was to sell basic groceries to the First Nations guides that worked at the lodge. These men are professionals and their families have been fishing and hunting for generations, ...
... enough to give you the basics. I (and hopefully with help from Sue) will do our best to fill in the blanks between each landing! But first things first; we have to get to Johannesburg, and that means flying on Delta Airlines from Saskatoon to Minneapolis to Atlanta, where we meet up with Reg and Janice, then the big 15.5 hour jump over the pond. It's a big day, but we have to suck it ...
... either. Our routine turned out to be an all out Candy Crush festival while we slurped down Judy's perfectly strong coffee and tea.
Three laptops going at once....the candies didn't stand a chance.
Friday, Dad and I hopped in my car and headed west for Wadena, SK and the simply named Wadena Bakery for some buns and bread ...
... the local butcher shop calendar – just three more months until summer…
What the Future Holds
More mining, more oil, and of course reapplying our lipstick in between big dates with Alberta. Plans remain in the works to finish twinning that last stretch of highway between Saskatoon and Prince Albert, optimistically started back in 1991. Talks to resume regarding Rosthern sharing their prominently advertised “Wireless ...