Well, eight months after arriving in Saskatoon, looks like it’s time for me to leave. I’m packing up today and moving tomorrow. Which is great, because it’s for reasons I’ve spent the last eight years working towards.
Because that seems like a heck of a lot of money for a dash cam.
“Yeah, you could get one.”
I think the Dart looked good, but had the unfortunate nature of being an FCA product. The prices are starting to drop, but I don’t know if it’ll ever drop to a point where it’s considered a nice price.
I think I can also guess that I wouldn’t want to hang out with them.
But then I remembered that no one particularly cares about it, even me, and I’ve driven over 8000 kilometres in it in the last five and a half months. So here’s the sparks notes version of it:
Don’t let it be any other way.
Axe throwing! Although there may be lumberjack somewhere in my blood, clearly there isn’t enough of it.
Hope you’re all having a great day. Keep the good times rolling and the positive vibes going.
Ever seen someone switch lanes with the wrong turn signal on? I have. Drivers here suck.
Not feeling 100% today, work is horribly boring since my caseload is being given to the new guys and I’m just cleaning up the files I have now, which means I’ve gone from having 120 files to deal with down to ten. I somehow need to survive until next Wednesday with having somewhere between jack and shit to do. Oh well.
Finally took a picture of it. It’s cool things like this that are going to make me miss this city. What’s cool in your town?
Why yes, property management company, that’s a brilliant idea you have to force everyone out of the parking lot for snow removal (all 24 vehicles) when the streets are still a mess and parked cars keep getting stuck (I’ve had to help push multiple cars). Not like you couldn’t have waited another few days.
Solidly meh. I didn’t hate it, selectable 4WD is awesome, and even with a bald tire it was way better in the snow than the Sonic with all-seasons. However, I still remain in the “hot damn SUVs are too big for what I want” category.
Blowing snow plus living on the top floor means I have five feet worth of snow to shovel off the balcony tonight. Could be worse.
$14,357 for a 2012 Civic Si with 128,246 kilometres on it. I like it, but it’s out of the planned price range. Granted, if it’s still available for sale in six months, lowballing is always an option.
Found in a gift shop. I’ve never heard of this. Time to do some research, I guess.
I found a place to get mine fixed.