Fishing at Cree Lake Lodge, Saskatchewan, Canada – Day 1, August 2023

Saturday, August 5, 2023. Fort McMurray, Alberta to Cree Lake Lodge, Saskatchewan. We were up early and at the Fort McMurray Aviation hangar by 7:30 a.m. as instructed. Nobody else was there, though, so we hung out and took photos. Shortly after 7:30, a guy named Wade appeared and asked us to bring our luggage …

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Cree Lake Lodge, Saskatchewan, Canada 2023 – Three Days on the Road to Get There

There were basically two ways for us to get from the Lansing area in Michigan to Fort McMurray, Alberta in August 2023: drive to Detroit and fly to Fort McMurray, or drive from the Lansing area to Fort McMurray. Mark and I did a quick comparison of costs and determined that with four people in …

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Signs, Signs, Everywhere There’s Signs – Part 3, Outdated, Poorly Placed and Ignored Signs

In my ongoing ‘lil rant about the amount of signs littering the landscape, this post is about signs that need to be modernized or placed somewhere else. This is a sign that is supposed to suggest that there might be a fire truck entering the road. Now, this may be what fire trucks look like …

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Signs, Signs, Everywhere There’s Signs – Part 2, Pedestrian signs

In my ongoing little rant about signs, let’s explore Pedestrian Crossings. Did you ever notice that pedestrian crossings always have the same bald, black dude that has no hands or feet–and he’s always walking in the same direction? He’s never walking from left to right. Now, I have nothing against bald, black guys with no …

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