Hotel Senator Saskatoon
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... HOA meetings. Thirty five cabins are occupied year round. The people must be very self sufficient as they are located over three hours from Saskatoon to the south and an hour from LaRonge to the north. Most of the neighbors work together and shop for others when they visit the cities. The closest store is in the little Native village of Weyakwin. The women go to the town several times a week to collect the mail and visit the coffee shop ...
... people were being evacuated from their homes. This would not be a good time to do this trip so we really needed a Plan C.
Back in June our son Paul made a trek from Edmonton to Guelph, Ontario. I waited patiently for their updates and then tracked their travels on a map. East of Winnipeg and then into Ontario they travelled – Kenora, Dryden, Thunder Bay, Wawa, Sault Ste, Marie and ...
Packed and picked up supplies. Explored central Calgary with Melodie and Max. Down town, Calgary Tower, $27m bridge, view over city. Amazing sunset. Dinner at Cesar's steak restaurant. Dropped off at Calgary Airport and flew to Saskatoon. Arrived Saskatoon at ...
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So we've made it to Saskatoon, and a having drinks in our very nice room at the Bessborough overlooking the S. Saskatchewan river. Enroute we passed a herd of bison at the side of the road. That was it for wildlife. Well, we did see a Canada goose, flapping madly and trying to fly. Keely, Casey and Darcy, we made yet another miraculous escape from Vegreville; however, ...