Motel 6 Saskatoon
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... wildlife, a small nerd of Bisson,wonderful. We spent the day with the really lovely couple we met on day one, they are Canadian from Ontario., spent their lives in the military and long since retired in the country. We had such a good time chatting with them, had a few drinks etc. but sadly they leave the train in Edmonton tomorrow ...
Towards the end of our time at Hatchet Anna and I started getting pretty exhausted and were ready to get back to the real world with Internet, shops and days off. Anna developed an actual case of Carpel Tunnel in her wrist and we were both running on only a few hours sleep per night. In the last week of our time there I started getting a cold and went to the medicine cupboard. Buckley’s was a cold and flu liquid and it seemed to be the way to go. I downed ...
... br> We didn't have as many choices (at least to our palates!) . . . prime rib, duck breast, tuna, and a large stuffed portebello mushroom! So, we beef'ed it! It was quite good, as has been all of the food. Our table mates had the duck and said that it was very good.
... was closed for the weekend......I'm here all week....<adjust tie>.....try the veal.
A local celebrity in Buckhorn Bay, Buddy the DOG is not only a fiend at fetch the stick, he's very friendly and usually did a bangup job of cleaning Ellie's face after a snack of PEACHES. That afternoon, we took him for a walk down to the ...
... other small towns, and maybe the RCMP. The giant auto wrecker’s pile of destroyed cars and car-related refuse between Saskatoon and Martensville is projected to reach 30 metres high by the end of 2013 and, they claim, become visible from space as well as the highway.
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