Driving back across Canada was one big blur. We passed in and out of Edmonton really quickly. Having struggled in Calgary, we weren’t that keen to linger in Alberta. Instead we decided to head for Saskatoon, right in the centre of Saskatchewan. We were really unsure about what we were going to find there but where pleasantly surprised to find the most charming campsite right by the river in the centre of town and some freakishly hot weather.

Our overnight stint turned into a three day mini break as we hung out in our tent, ate some much needed vegetables and lounged about with local wine. We both agreed that if you were made for the city but a quiet little life, this would be one hell of a place to end up. We were really sad to leave but we had to press on. However, we did make a stop at the Wanuskewin Heritage Park first where they let us try our hand at teepee building!

Our time in Saskatchewan was short lived but incredibly restful. After weeks on the road, taking a break, sleeping in the sun and catching up with ourselves was incredibly welcome. 


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