Travel Blogs from Saskatoon
Rushing River Provincial Park
Lake of the Woods
Winnipeg Beach Provincial Park
Hecla Provincial Park
Rainbow Beach Provincial Park
Riding Mountain National Park
... 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? ...
*** To place this in context and view the timeline, begin by clicking on 'About This Blog' *** Thursday, 20 December 2012 I awoke and looked out my window, from bed, and saw a red sky over the flat, snow covered Saskatchewan country-side. Large trees had been replaced with sparse groupings of low shrubs and bushes. I was back on the Canadian prairies. Having lived in Regina, Saskatchewan for a year I feel a need to get some corny ...
... apparently the terminal is only opened when the trains are running, it makes sense it was just an un-expected little detail.
Terminal is opened by friendly Via lady and we get our tickets and hand over the packs, not to be seen again until Vancouver.
As the hour draws nearer I await our train it rounds the corner, its single eye lighting the way and slowly rolls to a stop in front ...
... to where the money is spent in Saskatoon. The RV park was on the poorer more industrial side of the river and this was evident in the access to the park and walkway along the riverfront. It was pretty overgrown and had little access to the water with the exception of ad hoc narrow footpaths that were down very steep slopes – the walkway eventually ended, but not because there was nowhere to go, but because the water treatment facility had taken over the ...