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... their finery). Once we were all standing along both sides of the chapel, the President told the graduands to all take the tassel hanging from the right side of their caps and move it over to the left and join the ranks of graduates!! Then more mingling and congratulations and hand shaking and picture taking followed. Wonderful pandemonium. I left Caronport feeling fulfilled and full of joy. Praise God, from whom all blessings ...
... nine hours of driving! So here we are!
BTW some of you have been asking about this travel blog called Travelpod. I managed to find it by searching apps on "Paul's" iPad. It couldn't be easier...and the creators have emailed me inviting me to make comments on the app. There were a few glitches and they responded very quickly and were resolved. Not sure if you can create such a thing on a PC.
... before I made my first turn in about 30 km or so.
Saskatchewan plains are.....well, flat. Put a pencil on your table, the table is the land and the pencil is the railroad slightly raised running through the country. Mile upon mile with the straightest crop rows you can imagine, Thank you GPS. Went through Weyburn and a sign said it is the largest single grain collection city in CA.
I spent last night in Moose Jaw, SK. Named for the bend in the ...
... been meeting more people and figuring out where to go when. Yesterday though I walked into a class that definitely wasn't mine and with the help of a fellow motorcyclist, I realized I was an hour early!
Just quickly, the fellow motorcyclist story. At orientation I was going around to all the stations and stopped at one and was talking to the guy there and put my laptop case up on the counter. Terry ...
... years ago.
Overall this whole Passage to Fortune tour truly opened our eyes to this very sad part of our Canadian history. It certainly provided us with a new appreciation of these early settlers - their hopes and dreams, struggles and successes. Unfortunately, photos were not permitted during the tour of the tunnels and the conditions under which these people worked and lived, but please know that it would be a place we would recommend visiting to anyone who happens along this way. ...
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