Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Forestry Farm

One of my favorite places in Saskatoon is the Zoo, double that on a hot day.
real bear, a little scary

Leó and I on the train ride around the Zoo



Dad. He lost his coffee mug on the train but the it was still there by the time he got around to it.

lazy lions 

Monday, June 25, 2012


The uofs has a few dinosaur replicas - Leó was impressed

Stefán on the bus :D

karts to rent in midtown mall - felt robbed at 4.00

My uncle Norman bought these cars for my Dad's wifes house, Leó was crazy about them

First time having Dairy Queen.

Good stuff.

Dad's wifes daughters backyard - thats a mouthful to say.

who needs a swim suit?

snacks after swimming

great kool-aid, from a stand

totally worth 75 cents a glass

Stefán the race driver - in go kart

Leó driving a kids go kart. He is a terrible driver.

A very proud Kasper
a.k.a. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.  We spent half with my Dad and half in a hotel - I love Saskatoon. Great people.

More Outlook

These are just a few more pictures from Outlook that do not really fit into anything else. I guess they are a few to remember the town.
Funny sign in a window of a law office: A computer once beat me at chess, but it was no match for me at kick boxing!

No one in Iceland believes me, in Canada we plug the cars in in the winter

coolest sprinkler ever

Leó investigating this sprinkler thingy

Kasper's favourite license thing

Royal Canadian Legion and Leó

Scherlie Klean - a car wash!

Stefán and Leó taking the tractor for a walk and crossing Outlook's only 4 way stop.

Thursday, June 21, 2012


I consider myself lucky for many reasons - not the least of which is to have a friend like Janielle.
She drove out from Alberta to hang out with us, get to know the boys and Saskatchewan.
Our days were filled with road trips, circle drive, swimming and missing museums.
She also taught my boys some very colourful language.
She was great - and just a good a friend as when I left!
I just wish I would have gotten a better picture.

outlook beach

Despite the fact that no one seems to really talk about the beach in outlook. A small walk down a hill, past some campsites and your there. The place is empty, even on a toasty hot day. The only evidence that anyone else know this place exists is some remains of a camp fire. This was our Outlook treat.