In the few weeks I’ve been in Saskatchewan there has been one event that happened that totally stood. That was Moose Jaw. It took 3 hours to get there (in my personal opinion it took more than that but, that’s just me). When we got there I was pretty amazed at the differences between where we live and Moose Jaw. Where we live feels isolated. Moose Jaw does not.
We settled in to our room at Temple Gardens then went straight out to lunch. After we went to The Chocolate Moose Factory where we had dessert. My mom loved it whereas I did not like it as much because my peanut butter cup gelato tasted very different .
My family and I went to a souvenir store where we got our picture taken as old timey western people. It was at a store called PastTimes. I was an Outlaw. I got to hold a gun. It felt real because it was heavy – or I just need to lift more heavy things to get used to it. Here’s what I looked like.
After was the Tunnels Of Moose Jaw.The Passage to Fortune was pretty sad because we saw how the Chinese Immigrants were treated when they first came to Canada. They were treated very badly and the working conditions they had were horrendous. I felt bad after. The Chicago Connection was funny because the bar owner Miss Fanny was funny and so was the guy named Gus. They were our guides in our Al Capone journey. Miss Fanny asked me to lead the group down into the tunnels quietly so we wouldn’t get shot by Gus who likes to play with guns and hates surprises. I glided silently down the stairs turning to shhh people behind me.
After we went to Nit’s Thai Food. My mom and dad both agreed that the Pad Thai they had was the best they ever tasted. I liked the chicken strips but not the fries. We wandered around for a bit then we went to the hotel to get changed for the pool. It was warm when I went in. I’m not exactly sure why adults like it as you just kinda sit there in the water.