Sandman Hotel Saskatoon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... settlers. The very top landing offered a spectacular view of surrounding area with detailed plaques displaying information about the sights. From here I shocked to see just how large the motorhome was.
We stopped in the little town if Duck Lake for supplies and we're delighted to find murals on many of the buildings of this old wagon town. The streets were very wide and Doug, our driver par excellence, had no trouble navigating ...
... road because of the old bridge that sits off to the side of the current road and bridge. I stir myself awake at one point and ask Jim if I snoozed through the bridge? “What bridge?” is his question. “The pretty Borden bridge. You know the one with the three bumps?” “I don’t recall seeing it,” he tells me, but I am convinced we have passed it until we come upon it, but where they used to keep it lit, it is ...
... time, we promised ourselves, we'd be sure to got to Legoland in Carlsbad. And so, we are! Greyson is beyond thrilled. Since our last trip, he's become a real Lego fanatic. We put him in a 2-month Lego class, had a Lego birthday party for his 5th and taken him to see The Lego Movie in the theatre. What's left? A trip to Lego Mecca, of course!
But, first things first: let's get organized!!!
... Occasionally after work we would take a boat to another island and have a bonfire. We would smoke the cigars that someone had brought along, and eat "s’mores" a sandwich of chocolate and marshmallows between two biscuits. Sometimes on the way back to the lodge we would turn the engines off and tie the boats together to watch the Northern Lights from the water.
My summer at Hatchet Lake Lodge was one that I will never forget and I would love to do it again. ...
We didn't pass through Saskatoon until midnight. Not much to report here!
Dinner was interesting, though. We sat with a couple from Northern Ireland . . . doing the trip to Jasper National Park and Banff National Park, then to Vancouver . . . then flying ...