Motel 6 Saskatoon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Guys have you ever dreamed from a party in a Dome Car? Why I'm asking? Because I had one.
I met some fun people in the Dome car. We started our own party because it was boring to watching the flat prairie roll past. Music, jokes & singing. It didn't stop until Saskatoon, after 11 p.m. Then I went to sleep in my lovely berth bed. If some of the guys in the Dome car read this, I want to meet you again... ...
... Lights. I cannot express the beauty of this phenomenon. On a clear night, pastel shades of blue and green danced across a starry background, with an occasional flicker of purple or pink. Some nights I took my camera, tripod, and a cup of tea out onto the docks to photograph the lights. One day I’ll have a house and those pictures will be on the wall, guaranteed.
We lived in private cabins with two people in each. Anna and I shared one. They’re nothing ...
... darned nice city. The highlight is a fabulous trail network along and around the South Saskatchewan River, called the Meewasin Valley Trail. I had enough daylight left upon my arrival to take in a sampling; see my pictures below, and learn more about it here: http://meewasin.com/visitors/trails
A bit more walking around town, and I called it a day. See today's pictures below.
... for a few hours about Canada and Australia. After passing through Biggar we make a short stop in Saskatoon then its on to Winnipeg via Watrous, Melville ( stop), Rivers and Portage la Prairie. Wine tasting in sky car, Dinner with Alan, Alex and Ling (Steak, Veggies, mash, Yorkshire pudding & cake and coffee) movie - Skyfall. Bye to our attendants in Winnipeg as new crew ...
... each day until daylight hours only start after people are fully into the swing of their workday, defeated and yawning, and end long before the slow, depressing commute home straining to keep an eye on the surrounding traffic through the haze of freezing exhaust fumes. Temperatures low enough to take your breath away when you step outside, shovelling hidden sidewalks, sweeping fluffy piles of snow off vehicles and scraping stubborn sheets of frost and ice ...