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Postscript

After 75 days and 12,000 kilometres, we arrived home safely on Saturday September 16. It was quite a trip, and we are very grateful for all of the wonderful places and things we have seen, not to mention the great people we have met along the way. 38 more words

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Carry On Caravanning - Part 2 The Maiden Voyage

C Day – Caravan Collection Day!  10th May…

Today, the early heatwave that had made the papers miraculously exchanged itself for a Severe Weather Warning. It was a big day. 1,425 more words

Life Change

September 13-15

September 13-15

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981, and the designer of the Interpretive Centre, which opened in 1987, won the 1990 Governor General’s Award for Architecture. 523 more words

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September 11-13

September 11-13

We said goodbye to Connie and Gary on our way out, then headed for Grasslands National Park. As we drove through the native reserve, this sign caught our eye: 567 more words

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September 5-10

September 5-10

After arriving at Sue and Jack’s house in Stonewall in the late afternoon, we spent a lovely evening chatting with them and having dinner at a local hotel Pub. 1,362 more words

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September 3-4

September 3-4

Jeannine drove today’s leg to Crooked Lake Provincial Park, set in the Qu’Appelle Valley, a very picturesque fold in the landscape some 200 kilometres east and north of Regina. 197 more words

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September 1-2

September 1-2

We spent a pleasant (although a bit breezy at times) couple of days at Blackstrap Lake Provincial Campground, just south of Saskatoon. It is perched high above Blackstrap Lake itself, which is a reservoir created in 1967, supplying water to a couple of neighbouring communities and two nearby potash mines. 83 more words

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