Sandman Hotel Saskatoon
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The first leg of the train (marked by the personnel shift change) stopped in 4 places: Jasper, Alberta (40 minutes), Edmonton, Alberta (10 minutes), Sasakatoon, Saskatchewan (10 minutes), and Winnepeg, Manitoba (~1 hour). There was nothing to see (except small town life) in any of these places, but maybe there was in Winnepeg. I wish the train had been on time (We ...
... while waiting at a traffic light on Broadway Avenue in Saskatoon, I was invited to coffee by the driver of the car idling next to me for no other reason than my gear was dusty, my clothes were rumpled and he anticipated a good story. He got his story, and now I'm writing mine. Good trade. Another example comes from Fort St. John shortly after I had emptied my main and reserve tank a few miles short of the nearest gas station. I had ...
After our heavy prairie lunch, we all flaked out at home for an afternoon of board games, laughter and checking the highway reports for washed-out and flooded road closures. Canmore, High River and parts of Calgary have declared a state of emergency. Went out at 7:30 pm and headed downtown for appies, craft beer and open mic night at The Woods Alehouse. Very cool ...
... right. In the summer, however, everything returns to normal and they temper the tedium of the road by spending their time behind the wheel eating unhealthy take-out food, frowning at their blackheads in the visor mirror and texting estimated arrival times to people who couldn’t care less, just like all other Canadians.
As you might expect from such a geographically disadvantaged province, daily life in Saskatchewan revolves ...
... think it is a great idea and well worth the stress and effort. Like someone said, when you are on your deathbed, I am sure we won’t be saying, “Gee, I wish I would have worked more!” We have no regrets! I just hope that we are still saying that when we are still paying the house off in 20 years. ; )
Another thing that we have learned while we were traveling is how lucky we are to live in Canada. After traveling through Egypt and Jordan which ...