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... at avoiding museums on my very first day, when I visited the Railway Museum. It was free though as there was something called Doors Open Winnipeg happening, which basically means all these heritage buildings offer free entry to the public one weekend a year. Handily enough, this year it was the weekend I was there. At the Railway Museum I saw the steam train Countess of Dufferin. I learned the following day during a talk on the history of Winnipeg that ...
... t-minus 13 day to MUDDER!
I am very happy with my trip so far, and proud of myself actually doing it....much more to come so stay tuned!
Best songs of the day:
Thunder Road, Bruce Springsteen
Closer to Fine, Indigo Girls
Maggie May, Rod Stewart
All of Me, John Legend
Roar, Katie Perry
Story of my Life, One Direction
Cups, Anna Kendrick
Bizarre Love Triangle, New Order
... a game an older cousin had put together. This was that old favourite of tossing a dice, and if you rolled a six, putting on a hat, scarf and gloves as quickly as you could and then trying to take a layer of wrapping off of a gift before the next lucky roll. I brought out Ben after this, and the youngest nephew took to him instantly, showing himself to be a natural puppeteer and entertaining everyone with his antics! Before we knew it, the night was no longer young, ...
... The map says it's a two and a half hour ride, but I've been fooled before. I once drove the Durango Highway, Google maps says it's a three hour drive, and I guess on a normal road, doing a normal speed, that may have been the way the programs math works... I mean it was only 250kms. Six hours later...
Assume nothing but the fact that everything you assumed is false.
We'll keep you posted
... Lands. Despite the weather not being fantastic, the Bad Lands were spectacular, very rugged, very remote, a hostile beautiful place. We would have liked to do a bit of walking to better experience the area but the weather was pretty average and the ground very muddy. On the way back towards Rapid City we called in at a small town called Wall. It is perched on a bluff on the edge of the Bad Lands and is famous for one thing, a store named Wall Drug. This place has to be seen ...