Team SK Daily Final Blog – Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Well as we missed one blog from yesterday today is the final blog.

Yesterday we played our last game at9 amfor final placement. Although the teams really weren’t to excited the girls went out and got themselves a win. It was a great week of watching from the bench.

Rick has a lot of knowledge that I had the pleasure of sitting by and learning from. It was so much fun, except Rick won all the side bets except one day. I think I will owe him drinks every time I see him to repay them debt.

After that we joined the families for lunch at the casino, then picked up snacks and had a rest at the hotel.

We followed that up with an evening of festivities with many of the other teams. We supported some local pubs and danced the night away. To those who hosted us thank you!

Today was a slow moving day but the Fesser’s had booked a wine tour today! So we all went on a wine tour to 5 different vineyards. So that was a lot of fun.

The girls decided they aren’t much of red wine fans but they enjoyed some white wine.

Sherry couldn’t join us on the tour as she found out this morning that she was nominated by fellow competitors and received the Marj Mitchell sportsmanship award.

Congrats Sherry! She received the award and a standing ovation!

Team Saskatchewan Skip Sherry Anderson Receivesthe Marj Mitchell Sportsmanship Award (Photo Andrew Klaver, Curling Canada).

Team Saskatchewan Enjoys a Local Winery

We enjoyed a nice supper out at a Greek restraunt then came to watch the 1 vs 2 game and participate in the crowd sweep!

Tonight may be a much calmer quieter night! Check out the Heart stop lounge foe our last night and then back to pack and get ready for flights out tomorrow!

Thank you all for the amazing support and messages! The girls showed class and have gained fans from near and far!

It was my pleasure and great honour to be here with Team sask all week! It’s been a blast, lots of laughs had by all.

Now to go home and catch up on sleep.

Kim Schneider
Team Sask 5th.