Holiday Inn Express & Suites Regina
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... telling me of the history of the Inukshuk. And in the process, I made a new friend.
An Inukshuk is a stone landmark or cairn built by the people living on the tundra Arctic region. In this landscape, there are very few natural landmarks. The Inukshuk served to navigate travelers to safe shelter, point a hunter to hunting grounds, or mark a cache of food.
An Inukshuk literally saves lives. The lives of people ...
... a history buff and gave Wen and I a full rundown on Regina, its history, the history of the lake and the surrounding gardens and parks, politics, the growth of Regina and heaps more. Wascana Lake Park has been put aside as the peoples park and is a little bigger than Central Park in New York. The whole area is protected from any commercial building and has miles of walking and bike paths, a rowing club and course, a couple of restaurants and sits beside the University ...
... show has created a memory that will remain with us for a very long time. If you get the chance this is a show well worth seeing. We plan to see it again the next time we find ourselves in Vegas.
I collect my $1 chip from the Excalibur after donating $20 to the blackjack table and my Vegas gambling is complete. We walk the strip down to Caesars enjoying the hot Saturday night and the throngs of people moving around the strip.
End day ...
... and supervisor Rhoel took me out for lunch to, I like Sushi? It was nice to see them show some appreciation towards me and the work I had done for them. Sarah got spoilt from a regular customer called Tracey who worked just down the road at Seedmaster. She brought her a big basket if goodies including a rough riders blanket, lollies, bubbles, and some dive stick things. Brittany, Sarah's assistant manager brought a top and got everyone to sign it so that was pretty ...
We decided it would be fun to do some skiing so we took the 45 min trip to Fort Q'Apelle where they have a small privately run ski field, Mission Ridge. The 'Hill' is pretty kewl, its a ridge in a gulley. There is one main ski lift up the middle of the Hill and 1 tow rope and a magic carpet down on the beginners slope ( if you can even call it that ) we paid $105 ...