Beechmount Bed and Breakfast
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... is my answer. “I would prefer to use my debit card on this, if that is okay.” “Of course,” he says and punches the numbers into the terminal before he hands it to me.
I thank the hotel staff for a lovely stay and tell them that when we come back, we would not hesitate to come back. I them go out the door and toward the truck that Jim has almost completely loaded by this time. “So are you hungry?” I ask ...
... and indulge ourselves in this treat as well. With our treasures in hand we make our way back along the boardwalk and find a bench to sit on while we look out onto the lake and enjoy our snacks. As we sit there the wind picks up and the clouds move it. The temperature drops and I am feeling chilly.
We get up and walk. We are headed to a Place called Kris’s Fish and Chips, which has been recommended to us for the amazing battered Lake ...
... into Winnipeg but will only be stopping here for about 30 minutes or so and that any passengers at the rear of the train wanting to leave the train will have to walk forward as the tail end of the train will not be on the platform!!
I quickly raced back to my tiny compartment and grabbed my camera bag then once again made my way along this very long train towards the front.
With the train stopped and doors opened I made my way along ...
... the bears are already starting to congregate!
Churchill is about a 2 hour flight north of Winnipeg. We are going on a private charter to get there. It turns out there are no roads that far north; you can only fly or take a 40 hour train to get there.
Churchill (Inuit: Kuugjuaq)
These past few days have been crazy in a too-much-to-do-and-not-enough-time-to-d o-it sort of way... I have to have Irresistible Revolution by Shane Claiborne read for next week along with a reflection (a simple task as it seemed a couple days ago but now...), I also need to go to classes, church services, meetings and group activities. I have had literally 0 time alone in the past three days which is testing my introverted patience. Imagine all twelve of us trying to ...