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... of about 750,000 people; the whole state only has 1.2 million people.
The first stop was at the state legislative building built in the early 1900s. I thought it would be a waste of time. Wrong! Great architecture and a fascinating story about the similarities to the temple of Salomon and the free masons. The building design ...
... and a peacock and gophers walking about the paths. The gophers are small squirrel type creatures which were very curious and lived in burrows alongside the paths We spent about 2.5 hrs there.
Next was a trip to the Manitoba Electrical Museum which 5 of us choose to visit, and very interesting it was too. Built beside a working control room it displayed how Manitoba gets its power ...
... encourage you to touch the animals and pet them - with just two fingers. But how often do you get to do that?
After that, we went to Costco for gas. They had the best price for gas in town at about $5.00/gallon (1.234 CAD / Liter), but at least it was "real" gasoline, no added ethanol. I think we've stopped at Costco almost every day on this trip! and found they serve their frozen yogurt in a waffle cone! So ...
... east up to Palm Springs where another mystery night of lodging and activities await. When we wake up, wherever that may be, we'll head back to Vegas and check into any hotel that will have us. I leave in the afternoon, dad in the evening, and Sarah the next morning.
Side note: It is possible that this whole trip was orchestrated by Sarah just to give herself a single night alone in Vegas. What ever will she do all alone in Sin City??? That's the PLAN anyways.... ...
... God has given you, and I'm so glad I had the chance to hear it, I hope lots of others get to as well. The five of us, Sandra, Kelly, Sammy and her brother Rob and I all went back to their house afterwards to chill out, have some yummy food and open some Christmas gifts, as with Sandy's German background it's traditional to open them on Christmas Eve. Quite a good idea when you think about it, because then maybe, just maybe, that stops kids waking you up before dawn ...
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