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... forecast is for the low 40s the next few days in Churchill. At a group dinner tonight we met the other people on our portion of the trip ( total of 12), were introduced to our tour director(Eric) who has been doing this for 16 years now and received details about tomorrow's activities. He just came back from Churchill last week and ...
... on board who were interesting to talk to. One lady was not upset about the late running she always allowed 24hrs lee way at the end of the trip.
Next day we were due to arrive at 9:30am but on writing this mid afternoon we are expected to arrive 5:00pm Seven and half hours late!
Passing thru forests and lakes what we imagined Canada to be like. We are now about an hour out and we passing farm land
We actually did arrive at 5pm Praise the Lord
... Lord Selkirk brought a party of Scottish settlers to Winnipeg. The shift from trapping and hunting to agriculture began. The Cree Indian words "win" which is muddy and "sniper" which is water gave this Province its name.
We crossed the border at Pembina, North Dakota and drove to Grand Forks, North Dakota staying at the Holiday Inn Express. We had dinner at Ruby Tuesdays with Don and ...
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Thanks but i'll sleep in the Yugo. Just reserved a car today '83 Yugo in pretty fair shape,
smokes a bit and some (maybe most) of the tires are nearly bald, looks ok tho
on the side that isn't bashed in if you kind of ignore the rusted
out places, we can keep the windows open to suck the exhaust out of ...
... up to his office, in which he has no windows, poor guy! I'm not going to complain too loudly about my paperwork load either, after seeing what he has to deal with. We dashed outside to the car, and I'd mentioned earlier to Hugh that I'd like to get a photo of the amazing reindeer sculpture rising up out of the ground near the front. It was minus 39 degrees, and on the windiest corner in Manitoba, good old Portage and Main, so freezing cold I was expecting my camera ...