White Horse Escape Bed And Breakfast
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... past where we are. While he is waiting for Fred, Jim goes to the truck to remove the two idlers. He is gone for maybe 5 minutes and comes back in with them in his hands.
I make coffee and put it into our travel mugs just as Fred pulls up. I offer him some but he doesn’t want any. Jim grabs his and they head out the door and I settle down to watch a couple of episodes of a show I have been missing while away. I have ...
... at the Zoo at Assiniboine Park, so one of the places I wanted to go visit was the Zoo. I'm not a huge fan of zoos, but they have a great new Polar Bear Conservancy Centre, an education, research and transition facility within the Journey to Churchill exhibit. It seems to be really closely monitored and operating within a very well defined mandate that restricts it to take in only ...
... the vehicles are to alternate into the merge lane one after another.
We get onto the actual highway for Regina and Jim sets the cruise control. Two hours from now we should be pulling into Regina. I can’t speak for Jim but I am tired. We are both very quiet as we listen to local country radio. Jim knows me well enough to know that the music he prefers is not my taste so accommodates me. Sweet man. We are only about 40 ...
... to a boat to try and find Beluga whales. The boat took us the entrance of the Churchill River which is about 1km wide. Here it did not take us long to see the white beluga whales cavorting the water. there appeared to be about 2-3m long and they arched their backs - much like dolphins- as they came up to breathe. We must have seen a couple of dozen, mostly about 50m away from the boat sometimes in pods and sometimes alone. The boat lowered a hydrophone ...
... the world go past. We arrived into Toronto a bit after 3 and then caught the airport bus to the city. The bus dropped us off in the middle of a construction site in front of the station. It was chaos – traffic, dust and fences. We eventually found some information on what we had to do. Book in bags and put backpack in lockers and then we were free to fill in a free hours. While I was waiting I noticed that we had an extra hour as instead of it being 5 o’clock ...