Mike and I spent time near Morden Manitoba with clinics in calf roping, breakaway roping, goat tying, and barrel racing.

For four days it was in the high 80’s to low 90’s and on the fifth day it rained so hard I wore muck boots all day. I have learned in Canada, if you don't like the weather, wait a few hours or drive a few miles because it will change. I went from a sunburn to a runny nose in a very short period of time.

 This picture is of the group at the clinic. One of the participants headed to a high school rodeo after the clinic where she won the breakaway and was also the goat tying winner. Mike and I were very proud!

After the clinic we headed out on a ten-hour drive across Saskatchewan. The next day we drove another eight hours to the Grand Prairie Stompede where we competed.  The Grand Prairie Stompede was May 28 through June 1.

Our last clinic for a while was at Dawson Creek British Columbia Canada, which is about 2 hours up the road on the Alaskan Highway. The adventures never stop!