Travelodge Calgary South
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... nonthreatening reminder that this blog is rated 'M' for mature because I know no other way to write and like real to be real. And with that, let's see what happens! We've got three nights in motels (Swift Current, Brandon, Kenora) and then the camping begins! PS. I waxed the Shasta's wings today. It's a wind resistance ...
... to explain the importance of agriculture and farming to both Alberta and the world. At one point Canadian wheat was over 50% of the wheat consumed worldwide. There has been a diversification of crops in recent years but it is still a high percentage of the world’s wheat source. They had a video demonstrating the early harvest of wheat as the early settlers came into the area. How it expanded as farming communities grew and was a collective effort by several ...
... of the gates and proceed to the Grandstand to take your assigned seats.
13:15 AFTERNOON RODEO
The rodeo starts. Please refer to your tickets for your confirmed seat numbers in section North/South Centre Level
2. The rodeo features: Ladies barrel racing - trick riders - calf roping - bull riding - hoop dancers - wild horse and
ends at 16:00.
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... east, once our brothers and sisters to the right, but now to the left, you guessed it, the New Democratic Alberta. Specifically we will be visiting my elderly aunt (just kidding Rita) in Medicine Hat, then off to Brooks to see Vivian's mom. We end up back in Calgary where we will enjoy meet up with some good friends and family and enjoy some noodles. Wednesday, we depart for Frankfurt and then to Johannesberg.
A challenging good-bye, and a couple hours of delay later, I was flying back to where the temperature is sane. Audrey was great, and picked me up from the airport.
I now have but 4 days to get it all together, pack my bag for 5.5 months, and hit the road. Next stop with be Hong Kong, where I will acclimatize to the other side of the globe with my old friends Chirs and Hollie.