Travelodge Hotel Saskatoon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
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... with only the occasional quad vehicle passing by. The Schultzes told us all about the community. The resort is simply a beautiful lake with about 214 permanent cabins and various camp grounds. The area is very rustic with narrow dirt roads cut into the dense forest. Some of the cabins are like shacks and some are quite elaborate. The community has a recreation center where they host covered dish dinners, monthly pancake breakfasts, ...
... vacation into Northern Saskatchewan and then Northern Manitoba could prove to be filled with a lot of scenic photo opportunities and I have always wanted to visit Batoche because it is such a big part of the Riel Rebellion. This also fit right in with Jim’s love of history so the plan was set. Then the fires started. Northern Saskatchewan, the exact area we were planning to spend time in, began ...
... but then I managed to get about an hour and half sleep on the plane by this time the early mornings and 20 hour day were catching up to me. Got home around 7:30pm. Glad to see the house was still standing.
Slept good but only till 3:30am for Jason and 4:00am for me. Ughhhh jet lag is always the worst coming home but still worth it as our trip was ...
We are spending all day in the airports Denver Houston Lima and finally cusco. We have a tent. i could see dave setting it up in lima airport as we are there 12-6am. i have packed a carryon for my clothes and a hockey bag with 48 pounds of runners from Lisette Schermann and brainsport in Saskatoon. Last year A highlight of mine in Central America was to give away shoes to the poor. Very rewarding for all of us. I sure am happy to be leaving this cold ...
... and flowers are mostly missing, but I have seen it at the end of summer and it is really cool.
The next morning we were greeted by a huge breakfast of eggs and an amazing bacon that Dad gets locally. It was then that we started a ritual. Was it getting up early for a run, you say? No. Was it taking the dog out for a brisk walk? ...