He looked at me.
Then he looked at his cherries.
Then he responded, "Well, I may as well eat the rest. There's only 5 left."
So we hopped in the Honda and cruised into downtown Saskatoon and found a very lucky parking spot right down the street of the picturesque Bessborough Hotel and across the street from the Red Bus Refreshment double decker bus. After perusing the menu we decided on the Riverbank Frank for $5 each. We had a choice of 4 toppings.....I got the usual ketchup, mustard, relish and mayo. Hubby had pickles, sauerkraut, mustard and salsa. He is adventurous after all!
|The back view of the bus.|
|The view from our park bench.|
|Can you spot the gargoyle?|
|Hubby's Hand, my leaf, the Vimy memorial & South Saskatchewan River.|
|Right under the bridge!|
We meandered down the paths and found the ornate back gate open to the Bessborough Gardens. I bet it was an interesting place back in the day.
We continued on until we got to the spot where the skating rink is during the winter. Hubby remarked, "No one is skating today."
|Riding on the Prairie Lily is also on my Sand Bucket List!|
By this time we were getting a little thirsty and a Tim Hortons was nearby so we went there. I had a gift card to use. I got an ice cap while Hubby got a raspberry lemonade. On our way back to the car we walked by his work and a couple other business.
|Street fleurs with church in the background.|