Santa Fe Trail, Red Rock Fantasy, Moose Jaw

I’ll try to be brief today as I have tons of papers to mark and final grades to calculate…

This experience is an interesting one, horseback riding on the Santa Fe Trail. Having no idea how to ride a horse, it doesn’t seem like much of a vacation to me, but the camping part sounds pretty good.

We’ve also got a story on the Red Rock Fantasy in Sedona, Arizona. This goes from November 16, 2007 to Jan. 1, 2008.

Up in Saskatchewan, Canada, you have Moose Jaw. This city is featured in Chatelaine, a Canadian women’s magazine. Apparently Moose Jaw is the best place to vacation in Saskatchewan. The July issue of Chatelaine has more information. If you’re not a subscriber, try the official city website.

I wouldn’t mind going to the Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre to see some of these endangered owls, but something has me confused:

SBOIC is a non-government, non-profit, charitable organization. Our work is funded entirely through donations and grants. Donations are tax deductible. Donations from conservation organizations, corporate sponsors, local business, and the public enable the Centre to continue providing educational opportunities to concerned citizens. Donations should be made payable to the City of Moose Jaw…

Now if this is a non-government thing, why are people making their checks out to the city government?

Of course, there’s lots more to do in Moose Jaw so don’t worry if you’re not excited about the owls.

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