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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Marlin & his sister Heather. We enjoyed good Canadian hospitality & gave them all the dirt we knew on Jim & the rest of Kevin's in laws! We stayed in a B&B - much to Linda's delight & my reluctance- on the hill overlooking the asphalt factory & oil refinery. It looked good on the internet & had great reviews! Grant can do the booking from here ...
... and made some wraps and veggies. Then off again. One of the coolest things was going through a prairie storm. And of course watching those in a distance. It seems weird as we saw a ton of fork lightning but no thunder. I meant to look that up - perhaps we were too far to hear some but even when we were in the thick of it we heard nothing. When we emerged there was a beautiful rainbow. Which was almost as cool as the fork ...
... coming apart.. Back to a dealer.. Fixed. Then today, a black water valve doesn't seem to be working correctly.. Yup, gotta find another warranty dealer, time to take it in again. We bought new so we wouldn't have problems. Ahhhhhh!! It's really the time and inconvenience of having to find someone to do the work without us making an appointment a week in advance.. and, or ...
... a rich history and most of it involves around the Tunnels of Moose Jaw. Under the downtown area, there is a maze of tunnels built to service the buildings above. But in the early 1920's or so (could have that date wrong) the Chinese came to Canada, including Moose Jaw, for a 'better life'. The ones who came to Moose Jaw ended up living and working in these tunnels in ...
... productivity coach and I admire here work tremendously. It was great meeting Dale Ann and Biff face to face.
Then on to the edge of Moose Jaw where we met with Fred and Joan and the farm family where Fred is working again this year. The Moose Jaw area is wet again this year and although there is not as much water in the sloughs as last year, the rains have come at the 'wrong' times making it difficult to get the seeding completed.