Dad sat on a shelf in our room last night and it fell off the wall.
We were up and gone for 0630 this morning because we had a long drive ahead of us to Saskatoon where we are staying with friends for a few days.
Passing Banff we stopped to have a look around. Another ski resort, it was still early but we saw a few dudes and dudettes getting ready with their boards.
Leaving Banff and the Rockys behind us our route took us past Calgary and eventually on to highway 7, It hit home when sally sat nav said "stay on highway 7 for 306 miles"!!
If you can imagine a straight road with a field on each side then this is highway 7 ....... all 306 miles of it. It is so flat and the road it so straight I could have just set the cruise control, put on a steering lock and gone to sleep for most of it. We passed the odd Gas Station, a few farms, 2 Deer and a dead Skunk.
400,000 telegraph poles later we hit Saskatoon.
Our friends Mick and Judy were waiting for us, Judy offered to do our laundry which was nice because Dad had been wearing the same stinky shirt for the last 3 days and I'd gone commando for the past 2. Mick cooked some massive steaks and their dog, bit me on the k*** s