Hotel Senator Saskatoon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... roadways up to a few feet. Remember how it was raining a bunch yesterday? Apparently, some parts of Manitoba and Saskatchewan got hit with a third of the annual average precipitation over the course of a few days. That means flooding, and lots of it, because the plains provinces are flat and somewhat featureless. Saskatchewan means "Land of the Living Skies"...and those skies were angry this week. All along the roadways, brand new lakes ...
Just thought I would start my blog before we leave, so firstly I know its working ok, and secondly because today IS the day that we leave Strongfield sk, and head to Costa Rica.
I will admit, I do have a slight knot in my stomach, with the feeling of excitement, anxiousness and Yippppeeee plus a little wee worried too!
We leave Saskatoon this morning, to Calgary. Then Calgary ...
... much stuff but once we packed it up it wasn't too bad. We will be renting two canoes and one touring kayak from Churchill Canoe Outfitters in Missinipe. This outfitter had been very helpful, emailing us detailed info about the route we are going to take. The trip we are taking involves three short portages, no whitewater and is a good route for a group with some beginner paddlers like ...
... to par, and overall there wasn't much to get excited about. Well, the food was decent. Great Vietnamese, good breakfast.
After two days, it's time to GTFO. After our recent adventure we started watching the weather channel a lot. A freak winter storm is taking over the country, pretty much killing off the ...
... you want. I think we have come back more minimalists although I can already feel that slipping away, especially post Christmas explosion.
I always remind myself and my kids of some of the places that we traveled to. The families were very poor, didn’t have much, although they were happy! They could cook a meal for many with just the basics for cooking supplies and ingredients. Their toys consisted of a stick and a ball. Nothing electronic as they often ...