Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Center - Saskatoon
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With excitement, we headed to the airport for the early morning flight that would take us to Minneapolis. Upon arrival at the Minneapolis airport, we discovered a huge facility with vast corridors and considerable distances between terminals. We landed at the end of the F wing and had to get to the middle of C. As we proceeded we discovered a beautiful airport, with comfortable chairs for resting and recharging all along the way. Finally we found our gate, and ...
... gets himself dressed and off to work. I have a full day ahead of me so I have no time to waste. I find the bags I need and bring them to the bedroom and then I start collecting things together; electronics, clothes, toiletries. The bed is a mish-mash of things in different piles. I don’t look at all organized but I really am. I start folding clothes to put in the suitcase. I wonder if I have selected too many as before I get pants and shorts for ...
... that was part Texas rock, part blues. It was such an interesting day and the music was so awesome. It's such happy, upbeat music and the whole atmosphere at the festival is the same. Very fun.
We made the very long walk back to our tent and turned in. There was a lot of playing and singing that went on late into the night. I'm kind of sorry I missed seeing it but I'm hoping there will be more ...
... 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: ...
... after a hard days work, a plastic camp shower, an old foam bed to sleep in and a busted up fireplace is all you need. Our fireplace had holes on all sides, which was pretty dangerous considering we were in a log cabin. One night after lighting it (possibly with a little too much gasoline), I put the lid on top and went to bed. About 10 minutes later there was a massive bang and Anna and I found that the top of the whole fireplace had blown off and the fire was raging. We did ...