F 1 D 0 -- 02 08 15 at 11 00 Mountin Time Arrived in Edmonton. > oops! Out of time. More soon. I was writing before at the Air Source Cantel AT&T cellular store. They all have some kind of internet station so that prospective customers can see the ease of broadband internet. But they really like such demonstrations to last say five or ten minutes. I was on their computer for just over half an hour before the guy said I'd have to save my work and wind up. We've arrived at Jason and Linda's in Edmonton. They're across the street from a huge indoor garden. Imagine pyramids. Three of them. Now make them out of greenhouse glass. I hear there is a cafe in there too. I'll tell you more when I know it. We replaced the passenger's window, finally. Such things cost 182.00 and take about an hour for them to do. They were busy and didn't start until after lunch, about 3h after we brought it in, but it has happened. Can joy be found in autoglass? Yes. To experience this, just have a plastic bag there instead for a while. Replace the plastic bag with clear vinyl. Being able to see and hear inside the vehicle brings joy. We crossed from Saskatchewan to Alberta at the border town of Lloydminster. Maybe it is a city. Lots of big city stores. It was very chilly there. And after that we experienced highway travel in Alberta. I only have nice things to say about this road. The speed limit is 110kmh, which is like 85mph. And the road can tolerate even faster speeds, which everyone does. I took the highway slower. It was my first time, and the rain made me insecure about going fast. Whenever it cleared, it was amazing. Wide. Banked curves. Good visibility. I don't have anything to report as yet but wanted to talk to you. I've heard that I'm giving you misinformation on onions, so I'll have to talk about that some other time. It's time to visit Edmonton. That's all I know.