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We had a great first day! The drive was manageable and the kids were not in front of their screens the whole time. We started and finished the first Harry Potter cd (thanks Brenneis family). Only 7 more cds in the first book! I only got mesmerized by the GPS once, only a small near death experience but ...
As we had arrived by the end of Thursday, we had a CAMPFIRE and then hit the hay.
Dad and Judy's place is a big cabin on the lush shores of Buckhorn Bay. They're just off the water and the property is decked out with numerous rock gardens, a fire pit and shop. As central Saskatchewan has been in Satan's Freezer for over six months, ...
... windshields are never pleasant, but at least universally installed block heaters mean your car will usually start thanks to the magic of electricity and plugging your car in like a well-used vibrator. In fact, winter in Saskatchewan is entirely about heat in all its various forms: block heaters, heated homes, heated blankets, heated garages, heated car seats (useful both for comfort and keeping you regular), heated steering wheels, heated ATM vestibules, ...
Saskatoon is a wonderfully underrated Canadian City. It has great bike paths in the downtown area (NOT in North Industrial, where I worked for a summer), a beautiful river, cool bridges and a plethora of interesting festivals during warmer months.
Thanks to the friends who ...
Well, after years of thinking, months of planning and days of chaos and lack of sleep, the day has arrived that we are finally leaving on the big adventure. Very hard to believe that this day is here!! Our WestJet flight left Saskatoon at 11:00 am. The WestJet lady didn't charge us for the extra suitcase, gotta love that! The only drama so far is going through security. Kim kept beeping and they ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility