Halfway Done In Saskatchewan

Carol and Glenn continue to be amazed and feel extremely fortunate for the wonderful people they have met so far along their adventure.  They have had campsites paid for, been offered transportation to get fresh food,  taken out for dinner and have had meals prepared for them!

Every opportunity Carol and Glenn get they explain to people who and what they are canoeing for! If you would like to help Glenn and Carol reach their goal of $10, 000  for Loving Spoonful, click on the link below to donate!  Everything helps!

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In this photo, the people in the boat invited Carol and Glenn to pull up for strawberries, banana chips, hummus, cheese and cinnamon buns. As it turns out these same individuals waited  as Carol and Glenn portaged across the 17th hole on a golf course the day before!  They heard about their journey and purposely went out on the water the next day in hopes of crossing paths with them.

Carol and Glenn continue to enjoy the South Saskatchewan River!  They have already made it halfway across the beautiful province.  Along the way they are experiencing changing terrain. Sometimes, they even have to drag their canoe over sandbars due to low water but their smiles never stop.

 

 

In the picture below Carol and Glenn passed a field of Canola.  The river valley is becoming flatter so they are able to climb up banks to see views like this.  In this specific area wheat, lentils and corn are also grown.  Saskatchewan is very special in many ways!  The north is covered by forests and lakes and the south is made up of golden fields, grasslands, rolling hills and badlands!

Keep on Paddling

 

 

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