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... them we have already passed by. When we are almost at Dryden I spot the perfect Inukshuk but it is on the other side of the road. My husband, who willingly indulges me, finds the nearest spot to turn around and does so and I happily get some photos.
A short time later we enter Dryden. The Tim Hortons is right along the road so we drive in. The first order of business is to use the facilities and then we stand looking at the menu board for ...
... he just knows that I am going to say that.
We head to the bakery and it was like walking into a time warp. I am a young mom looking at all the decorated forms that line the top of the wall deciding what cake I want for Paul’s birthday. Many a cake was purchased there; the best cake and the most skilled cake decorators always worked at Oma’s! We look around and find a tray of cinnamon buns and then I spy another of ...
... the road to Forks market for some lunch from 1 of the many vendors. We chose a sit down place at the pancake house, which was a good choice. The pancakes were light and fluffy, and my mexican omelette was delicious! While searching for something suitable for lunch, I had spotted...wait for it....hot mini donuts, a treat I can never resist. But after a massive meal, there was no room, even in my separate desert stomach. The pancakes covered ...
... starting with Grandma Samm's 95 birthday tomorrow!!) and won't have time to go through any post-trip depression. That being said, I would love an excuse to go back to New Zealand some day. Did Mr. Harper sign that bi-lateral trade agreement yet?
Now it's time to relax and spend some quality time with Calla cat before we decide on where our next adventure will take place.
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Alyssa + Josh
Winnipeg is a rough town. Or maybe I was just in a rough area. Don't get me wrong. I am not suggesting that I was uneasy or unsafe.
But it was rough, in the sense of not having many smooth edges. It was loud. There were panhandlers everywhere. The hotel clerk reminded me to not leave anything of value in the car. The security guard at the hotel elevators ...
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