Radisson Plaza Hotel Saskatchewan, Regina
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My new friend Connie told me something beautiful. She said that of all the symbols of Canada, the Inukshuk was the one that made her most proud. She pointed out building an Inukshuk was a pure, selfless act. The only point of this symbol is to help someone else. Someone that you may never even know you helped. Someone who you want nothing from.
I think there is a lesson there for all of us.
... and 1st Nations University. Walking around the lake itself. we saw the War Memorial, many pieces of public art and the wonderful display of colour that the park is clothed in at this time of year.
My offer to cook tonight so we visited Ray at Butcher Boys, a carnivore's paradise. Chose stuffed breast of chicken, local greens and veg and off home with food and bottle of wine in hand to finish off a great day.
As afternoon ...
... Regina. Of course, these are the southern plains of Canada - feels strange to be "way up here" and be in the south! Crops in the fields are just now sprouting and due to the heavy rains, some fields hadn't started to green up yet. School is still in session here and the hostess at the visitor center told us that summer season doesn't start in Canada until July 1st and most of the summer activities and venues are ...
... and supervisor Rhoel took me out for lunch to, I like Sushi? It was nice to see them show some appreciation towards me and the work I had done for them. Sarah got spoilt from a regular customer called Tracey who worked just down the road at Seedmaster. She brought her a big basket if goodies including a rough riders blanket, lollies, bubbles, and some dive stick things. Brittany, Sarah's assistant manager brought a top and got everyone to sign it so that was pretty ...
We decided it would be fun to do some skiing so we took the 45 min trip to Fort Q'Apelle where they have a small privately run ski field, Mission Ridge. The 'Hill' is pretty kewl, its a ridge in a gulley. There is one main ski lift up the middle of the Hill and 1 tow rope and a magic carpet down on the beginners slope ( if you can even call it that ) we paid $105 ...