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Flamingo flamboyance arrives in Carlyle

Photo by Mary Moffat

Yards in Carlyle are experiencing a new phenomenon lately and it all due to Choose Life Ministry. The flamingoes are part of a fundraiser, and for a $25 donation you can send the birds to anyone within Carlyle, Manor or Redvers areas. The money will be used to support the Homestead of Hope where young women can find freedom from life-altering challenges including substance abuse, mental illness such as depression and anxiety, unexpected pregnancy, the effects of physical and/or sexual abuse and challenges such as eating disorders and self-harm behaviors.

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Wolves; Cubs @ Chiefs. Tuesday, June 18: Chiefs @ A’s; Wolves @ Threshers; Astros @ Royals Thursday, June 20: Fireballs @ A’s; Royals @ Cardinals; Astros @ Threshers. Saturday, June 22: Royals @ Wolves, 1 p.m.; Royals @Fireballs, 5 p.m.; Cubs @ Fireballs, 1 p.m.; Cubs @ Wolves, 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 25: A’s @ Fireballs; Threshers @ Astros; Cardinals @ Royals. Wednesday, June 26: Cardinals @ A’s. Thursday, June 27: Astros @ Chiefs; Fireballs @ Wolves; Cubs @ Royals. JUNE 28, 29 & 30: BIG MOOSE Tuesday, July 2: Chiefs @ Fireballs; Cubs @ Astros; Royals @ A’s; Cardinals @ Threshers. Thursday, July 4: Wolves @ Astros; Royals @ Cardinals; Threshers @ A’s.

Carlyle couple big winners in Hospitals of Regina lottery

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Murray and Donna Brown of Carlyle were the grand prize winners of the Hospitals of Regina Home Lottery. The prize is a $1.4 million home and $30,000 cash. As you can imagine, life has been busy for them, but they will be making time to allow an interview once they have time to absorb it a little more. Watch for the May 24th issue of The Observer for their exciting story.

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Which camping experience is right for you? Whether you’d rather battle the elements or preserve your comfort, there’s a camping experience that’s right for you. Here are some of the different ways you can get close to nature this summer. Backpacking Are you an experienced camper who wants to venture deep into the wilderness? Then backpacking may be right for you. This type of camping involves carrying all your gear on your back and hiking to one or more remote campsites. Sleep at the base of a mountain, at the edge of a stream, on the shore of a lake or anywhere else your feet may take you. Tent camping Tent camping can include all the comforts of home but if you’re looking to rough it, you can forgo the excess gear. How far away from civilization you go is also entirely up to you, with thousands of campgrounds across the country to choose from. The amenities available at each campground differ but many are equipped with showers, laundry facilities, potable water and electric outlets. RV camping RV camping is more comfortable than tent camping. It’s especially practical if you want to live in the wilderness for an extended period or if you want to visit a number of different parks. There are RVs for every budget, from small folding camping trailers to luxury motorhomes. If buying isn’t an option, it’s also possible to rent RVs. Cabin camping Cabin camping is perfect if you’re looking for a home away from home nestled in the wilderness. There are many types of cabins that can be rented, all the way from modest shacks to luxurious cottages.

Undoubtedly, at a certain point a camper becomes a cottager, but you can decide for yourself where that line falls.

No matter what type of camper you are, remember to always let someone know where you’re going and when they can expect you back. Happy camping!

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is the highest amount of career PGA tour wins achived by a single golfer (Sam Snead). (Tiger is close behind with 80.)

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The top mulch varieties for your garden Gardeners use mulch to keep weeds away and to preserve moisture in the soil. Though wood and bark mulch are the most popular, there are many other options available. Here are some types of mulch that are worth considering for your garden. • Pine straw slowly acidi�ies soil, making it ideal for gardens with �lowers that thrive in such conditions like hydrangeas, azaleas, rhododendrons and daffodils.

• Fallen leaves are a cost-free and organic mulch option. It allows water to get through, prevents weeds from pushing up and improves soil health by eventually turning into compost. • Rock mulch is a more permanent option given that rocks don’t blow away or decompose. Rock mulch works well for low-maintenance gardens with mostly shrubs and trees. • Cocoa mulch is the most eye-pleasing — and aromatic — option. Made of rich brown cocoa hulls, this type of mulch retains moisture well, repels garden pests and has a chocolatey smell. However, cocoa mulch may not be the best option if you have pets: ingesting it makes dogs and cats sick.

• Wood and bark mulch is the most common type of mulch used for a reason. It’s inexpensive, it gives your garden a pleasing and natural look and it’s easy to lay down. This is just a small selection of the types of mulch you can use in your garden. For instance, there’s also landscape fabric, mushroom compost, lava rock and seaweed. Simply choose the one that best suits your garden, budget and style.

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Take a break!

GNS THIS WEEK: AND CANCER

Making adjustments to who you include in your circle of friends would be wise. Some of them are parasites who only drain you. Try to put aside at least one day for relaxation and therapeutic treatment.

TAURUS

Self-esteem is often a precursor of success. Tell yourself you can do it and you’ll manage to accomplish a brilliant feat. Afterwards, you’ll be very proud of yourself.

If you invest time in yoga, meditation or deep breathing, you’ll begin to see concrete results. You’ll succeed in getting a group together to support you in a personal or professional adventure you’re passionate about.

CANCER

It’s vital to your well-being that you get some rest. Once you’ve relaxed and fully rejuvenated, you’ll be able to accomplish anything. Also, it’s important that you re-evaluate and improve the way you manage your time. You’ll manage to enlarge your clientele and social circle. You’ll be in charge of an event that will connect many people and prove extremely rewarding. This could be in a professional context or among friends.

VIRGO

LIBRA

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You’ll need to think long and hard about what you want and don’t want, weighing the pros and cons. This will allow you to be more decisive.

SAGITTARIUS

At work, you might find yourself in a position where you need to intercede to resolve a conflict. Your presence of mind and your personality will allow you to find nuanced and practical solutions.

START

CAPRICORN

At your job, you’ll be inundated with work and a number of small things that need your attention. Before shifting into summer mode, you’ll get into a groove at work and take pride in getting things done quickly.

AQUARIUS

Allergy season is here, and you might already be feeling the effects. Eating healthy will allow you to mitigate your symptoms as well as any other discomfort you’re feeling, such as stressrelated heartburn.

PISCES

Someone in your family could announce a major move or a pregnancy. If your kids have been living on their own for a while, you’ll seriously consider selling your house.

CANCER

LEO

You’ll gather the money you need to undertake an important project. Your speeches will cause people to flock to you.

When you arrive at your desk on Monday, you’ll find enough work to keep you busy for two weeks. By being organized and methodical, you’ll manage to get everything done by Friday.

VIRGO

VIRGO

LIBRA

Tiredness is increasingly becoming an issue for you. Your body is telling you to slow down — don’t ignore it. In addition, make sure to get a did fullone night’s sleep. What plate to the Do these say things and you should other? recover your energy.

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SCORPIO

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Your morale might not be particularly high throughout the week. To turn things around, simply bring the people you love together and take part in stimulating activities.

LEO

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You’ll be overcome by the sudden desire to go on a trip. You’ll waste no time making travel plans and consequently have an unforgettable summer holiday. Also, you’ll feel unusually curious.

CANCER

You’ll feel enticed to go on an adventure abroad. If you take the plunge, don’tMaterial forgetfor to your attend game to your passportweekly in time forpage your rs What has easummer holiday. ar? he t can’t

You’ll find yourself making big plans for your next vacation. Perhaps you’ll also take advantage of the free time you have this summer to complete a course. If so, it could help advance your career.

TAURUS

Your emotions will come powerfully to the fore for one reason or another. You’ll also be overcome with an urgent need for change. Some new clothes or a new haircut could do the job.

If you’re single, you’re going to experience love at first sight. Although you’ll start putting more Why did the studentinto your social life, you’ll energy eat his homework? quickly realize you also need some alone time.

A: The teacher called it a piece of cake.

FINISH

You’ll finally get to work on an important task that effects both your work and family life. You’ll have no trouble finding the amount you need to buy a property.

Your enterprising nature will benefit you. Your effective handling of new challenges will demonstrate your abilities to others and put you in a good position to get a promotion.

You’ll devote a lot of time and energy to your family and home. You’ll also be inspired to adopt a new perspective that will allow you to live in the moment. Don’t worry about being at a loss for words, but be careful not to make indiscreet or inappropriate remarks. You might get in a confrontation with someone who Puzzle Solutions doesn’t speak English on page 2well.

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You’ll let your friends convince you to go shopping with them. You’ll treat yourself to a relaxing therapeutic treatment that will noticeably boost your well-being.

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SAGITTAIRIUS

At work, you’ll be saddled with new responsibilities. Even if you How many blocks find them taxing at times, they’ll can you find in this shape? open up paths for advancement and the possibility of a promotion.

CAPRICORN

You’ll start organizing a summer vacation with family and friends. Fantastic experiences await you and you have every intention of making the most of them.

While participating in an event, you’ll perform a feat that takes you out of your comfort zone and pushes you beyond your limits.

LIBRA

You don’t need to look far to achieve happiness. In your home and among your family is where you belong. Don’t hesitate to bring your loved ones together, no matter how modest the set-up.

SCORPIO

Once you can no longer tolerate the situation you’re in, you’ll make the necessary changes. You’ll secure the financial means for a new start.

SAGITTARIUS

Some physical exercise will dispel your worries. You need to attach yourself to someone new. Or, if you just started a new relationship, you’ll benefit from defining it more clearly. In a different area of your life, you’ll discover your freedom.

CAPRICORN

You distinguish yourself with your accomplishments and no one can accuse you of being all talk. If you have a move coming up, you’ll start packing ahead of time — the sooner you begin, the sooner you’ll be done.

AQUARIUS

AQUARIUS

You might choose to break off a romantic or professional relationship without warning. You’ll feel impulsive and your thinking will be somewhat confused.

Your exhaustion is growing and your health is becoming more delicate. Not one to give in easily, you’ll take steps to recover your vitality. Determination and organization are your watchwords.

PISCES

PISCES

It isn’t always easy to co-ordinate people or groups with opposing interests. You’ll manage to find the right words and get everyone on the same page. ANSWER : C (9 BLOCKS)

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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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6 tips for safe cycling

The 200th anniversary of the velocipede: a precursor of the modern bicycle

Biking on city streets presents dangers to cyclists, motorists and pedestrians alike. To ensure everyone’s safety, here are six guidelines bicyclists should follow. 1. Wear a helmet In the event of an accident, wearing a helmet greatly reduces your chances of suffering a serious head injury. Make sure that your helmet fits well and that the straps sit snugly against the sides of your face and under your chin. Also, be sure to choose a helmet manufactured according to strict safety standards (look for a sticker from a safety standards organization such as Snell, ANSI, ASTM, BSI, SAA or CPSC). 2. Inspect your bicycle A well-performing and properly maintained bike is safer than one that’s run down and needs work. Regularly check the following before hitting the road: • Tire pressure • The condition of the spokes • The alignment of the wheels and the forks • The tautness of the chain • The functioning of the brakes. Only ride bikes that are the appropriate size. Ensure that the seat and handlebars are set at the right height.

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On June 26, 1819, the first ever bicycle patent was issued in North America to William K. Clarkson, Jr. of New York.

3. Make yourself visible If you cycle at night or when visibility is limited, make sure your bike is equipped with a white front light, a red rear light or reflector, white reflective tape on the front forks and red reflective tape on the rear forks. As an extra precaution, consider wearing reflective clothing and equipping your bike with vertical and horizontal safety flags. 4. Make yourself heard Bikes are extremely quiet, so it’s important to always announce your presence to other cyclists and pedestrians. Use a bell, horn or your voice to indicate that you’re passing or approaching. 5. Communicate your intentions Know the hand signals for turning and stopping and always use them when changing lanes, making a turn or coming to a stop. This is for the benefit of motorists and other cyclists. Moreover, make sure to do a shoulder check before signalling and another one just before turning. 6. Remain alert Distracted cycling is as dangerous as distracted driving. Don’t ever text or talk on the phone while riding your bike. And avoid wearing earphones as it’s important that you hear what’s happening around you. By following these recommendations and abiding by the local traffic laws, you’ll reduce the risks involved in cycling.

The machine Clarkson patented was very different from our modern bicycles and even went by a different name: the velocipede. The so-called “swift walker” was made of wood and could be propelled by pushing off the ground with one’s feet.

This early forerunner of the bicycle made its way to America via Europe, where it had been conceived two years earlier by the German inventor Karl von Drais. While the velocipede ended up being a fad, it served as the prototype for the modern bicycle, which emerged — with pedals, chain drive and all — in the 1880s. On the 200th birthday of its patenting in North America, we celebrate the velocipede for setting the wheels in motion in bringing us the bicycle.

Do you have a digital camera and a photographer’s eye? If so, why not take the plunge for the Summer Times’ annual photo contest! If you have a summer-themed photo from the region that you feel might just be good enough to ‘WOW!’ email it to us at observer@sasktel.net with the subject line “Summer Times Photo Contest”. Photos should be transmitted via email in their highest resolution. Photos that do not meet resolution requirements will not be considered in the contest. One winner will be chosen every week, and that photo will grace the front page of the Summer Times newspaper for that week. In the final issue of the Summer Times, a winner will be chosen from all the weekly winners, and that lucky person will be given a grand prize! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact: The Observer at 453-2525.


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Marinated barbecue salmon This simple recipe is perfect anytime it’s too hot to cook inside. The marinade caramelizes perfectly on the salmon and you’ll want to make this delicious dish again and again. Start to �inish: 1 hour, 15 minutes (15 minutes active) Servings: 4 Ingredients • 1/4 cup olive oil • 2 tablespoons lemon juice • 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard • 2 tablespoons soy sauce • 2 tablespoons brown sugar • 1 garlic clove, minced • Salt and pepper to taste • 4 125-gram salmon �ilets, skin on • Parsley and lemon wedges

Directions 1. Mix all of the ingredients — except the salmon, parsley and lemon wedges — in a bowl. 2. Place the salmon �ilets in a large freezer bag and pour half of the marinade in. Seal the bag, removing as much air as possible and marinate in the fridge for 1 to 3 hours. 3. Preheat the barbecue. Oil the grill using a silicone brush. 4. Put the salmon �ilets directly on the grill, skin side up. Close the barbecue cover and let cook for 3 to 5 minutes, depending on the thickness of the �ilets. 5. Flip the �ilets, and brush the remaining marinade on the �ish. Close the barbecue lid and cook for another 3 to 5 minutes. 6. Place the �ilets on a plate, cover with aluminum foil and let rest for about 5 minutes. 7. Garnish with parsley and lemon wedges, and serve with a green salad.

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