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He shall cover thee with His feathers, and under His wings shalt thou find refuge: His truth is a shield and buckler
Psalms 91:4

Be it ours,when we cannot see the face of God, to trust under the shadow of His wings. C.H. Spugeon

Thursday, September 25, 2008

You Know You're...

You know you're a Prairie Boy from Saskatchewan if:

-you have seen a paving crew worker wearing a Winter Jacket and shorts;

-you have started the day using your car's defrost, used the AC in the afternoon, and the heater that same night;

-you have plugged in your cars block warmer and used the AC in the same week;

-you know the 2mi/1mi system of rural navigation;

-you know at least one person in every other province or territory;

-you know that the average IQ in every province or territory went up because of that fact (including Saskatchewan);

-you know why Saskatchewan highways are better in Winter;

-you know the odds of finding an approach in the Winter are directly proportional to the help available to get unstuck;

-you know what a road allowance is;

-you know what a correction line is;

-you have given directions which included a bin;

-you have given a deer the right-of-way;

-you have seen a Moose, Deer, Fox, Coyote, Rabbit, Skunk, Badger, and Antelope on a road trip of less that two hours;

-you know what a Harvest Moon is;

-you know a Hutterite;

-you know your way around a least one major city (two hours away);

-you measure distance in time travelled;

-you have received a ticket for trying to shorten a distance travelled;

-you have followed a grain truck which is making the longest left hand turn in history;

-you realize people are afraid of commitments - they won't use their turn signals;

-you know that on any long-weekend farmers move large equipment on the highway;
-you know that the ditch is not a bad place to be;

-it takes you two weeks to recognize someone after they bought a new truck;

-you hate people who lease trucks;

-you wave to everyone you meet on the road;

-everything South of the South Saskatchewan River is called the 'Banana Belt"

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