Super 8 Motel Wetaskiwin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but noisy thunderstorm!
Interesting to see lovely (big) new houses listing for $600,000 - bargains!
Saturday morning visit the 'souk' - Red Deers farmer's market - try explaining Hutterites - ok
moving along - lots of choice in BC apples - again where to find a Globe/Mail ?? - the largest
hotel in Town doesn't even have a smoke shop so --- never mind we ...
Our bags are almost packed & the house is almost clean. There is still a long list of things that need to get done but we are getting there! I can almost see the end of the tunnel... We all all looking forward to sharing our summer adventures with all of you so stay ...
... 283;l jsem tak nabitý program, že jsem doslova hledal hodiny, kdy se budu moci mezi směnami v práci a různými akcemi vyspat. A to se o mě všichni doma báli, že tu budu mít osamocené a nudné vánoce :-) Pcha!
Začalo to výletem do Red Deer na vánoční party, kam mě vzal Arjan s Johnem. Byla to povedená akce na ranči, kam se sjeli především farmáři z blízkého i vzdálenějšího okolí. Jedlo se, pilo ...
... his steer. The announcer said a cowboy can be going up to 40 MPH when he comes off his horse so if he misses the steer, the sudden stop can be pretty brutal.
I have included clips from some of the rodeo sessions. The images may be hard to see but you will certainly see how brutal this sport is on the cowboys and cowgirls that compete. The clip I find the most amazing is the young girls doing the wild pony races.
... on me and the local community professionally and personally. The little things that I notice that still set me aback are what I am finding continue to make this experience one of a kind. For example, going to the local grocery store on any given day results in at least three to four kids that know me from around town hanging off of my grocery cart and saying in broken English, "Hello, how are you?", until they are blue in the ...