Days Inn Saskatoon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Saskatoon
... We hit up a bulk cheese warehouse. It was super
cool. I wanted to try all the different kinds of cheese. We ended
up purchasing Appenzeller from Switzerland which is supposedly
somewhat fruity and pairs well with other cheeses and wine.
Hopefully it's good!
Tomorrow we are onto Edmonton where
they have a giant mall with a full amusement park inside. I hope
they have some skee-ball. ...
A 6 hour drive to Saskatoon battling crosswinds and semi trailers flinging stones at our windshield. Our friend in Saskatoon talked us out of staying in a Walmart parking lot, so instead we camped out in a large church parking lot. This turned out to be really good because it was quiet, free and close to everything. Thank you to the kindness of the church for allowing us 2 nites there. While in Saskatoon we toured the Western Development Museum...it was ...
So far we have gotten to Calgary, I slept the entire plane ride. Layover is Calgary was uneventful, Daisy and I watched Pushing Daisies but I fell asleep Calgary to Toronto was good, I watched The Book Thief AND THEN FOUND OUT THE PLANE HAD THE POKEMON MOVIE AND ...
... up yet (still about 48F/9C), but out in the prairie the winds were blowing unobstructed and sustained at at least 35 kts, so while setting up the tripod for the shot, I was pretty much freezing my cojones off. After completing the shot and knowing I would be stopping for a geocache hunt a few minutes hence, I executed a "quick change" into sweats, with the car door only partially blocking me ...
... willing to be exposed to whatever comes their way, why should I be so willing to rush through this time!? So I decided that, before my career began, before I bought a house, I needed to travel, for as long as my money would hold out. I needed to see and experience as much as I could. And then, when the time (and my credit card company), decided that I'd had enough, I would come back, and embrace wholeheartedly a life that I wanted. A job will always be there. ...