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Last night after writing the blog we went out for dinner at a local snack bar called Connies and Barb ordered the "Deal of a Meal" which had sausage, perogies and cabbage rolls. It was outstanding.
Today we rode further west and entered Saskatchewan where the open skies are larger, the fields are roll on forever, and the miles seem longer.
While we were picnicking for lunch a local fellow called ...
... around the athletic exploits of less than intelligent men they have never met, and local children. In winter, the evening sports report focuses on the success or failure of professional hockey players performing in far flung locations for teams with no logical connection to Saskatchewan whatsoever, before moving on to news about marginally talented 18 year olds found slightly closer to home, then seguing into a series of brief highlights of somewhat less talented ...
... 29. Time heals almost everything. Give time, time.
30. However good or bad a situation is, it will change.
31. Don't take yourself so seriously. No one else does.
32. Believe in miracles.
33. God loves you because of who God is, not because of anything you did or didn't do.
34. Don't audit life. Show up and make the most of it now.
35. Growing old beats the alternative -- dying young.
36. Your children get only ...
... the Yellowhead Highway. This is truly a gorgeous highway as it crosses the prairies, the Rocky mountains and then arrives at the Pacific Ocean. The high on this highway today was the wind, It was a continual battle fighting the wind as it crossed the highway at an angle so there was never a moment of relaxation.
The flat for the day was the landscape. If anyone ever doubted that the world is ...
... the heavens open up. And it rained, rained and rained and in the morning it was beautiful once again. I must say that the rain we have so far experienced on our voyage has been either at night while driving. Saskatchewan has been hard hit by rain this year. Flooding and wet crops have caused havoc all over the prairies. The ground seems to be wet everywhere you walk.
Accommodation rating: 2.5/5