Hotel Senator Saskatoon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I will try and upload as many pictures as I can and share the stories that are being created weekly :)
Your best way to reach me while I am away is Facebook messenger. I will probably only have wifi at the beginning and end of my days while I am in my hostels, but I will try to be social if you need me!
And tada! First entry is a success! I will try and make an entry the day/night that I check into London.
... 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 ...
... For more than four years I have received many a blank stare and questioning eye after declaring that my major is Anthropology. I can’t say with confidence that I never got tired of answering the question "what IS Anthropology, anyway?" To this question I often gave terribly unsatisfying answers which did no justice to it’s splendour. I suppose it was difficult for me to define, on a whim, a discipline so broad and multi-faceted and which had become almost second nature ...
... at the lake for dinner. People went crazy for the baked beans and ham and Ellie discovered her love of watermelon. As everyone was leaving, Judy's mom turned to Dad and alluding to her earlier comment of wishing for a burnt hotdog and beer, exclaimed "Hey Roger, thanks again for the black wiener!"......everyone had a hearty laugh on that ...
... Of course, it’s not all bad. Snowmobiling is now noisily en vogue, and on a rare sunny day the brilliantly white snow-covered landscape radiates a peaceful cleanliness belied only by upended beer bottles peeking out of ditches and the enigmatic yellow stains surrounding the public library. And by January a spirit of camaraderie builds around a common greeting - using your oversized winter mitt to apply a backhanded nose-wipe. Delightful. And static electricity ...