White Horse Escape Bed And Breakfast
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Half way home we remembered that I also wanted to go to a Winnipeg institution, BDI (Bridge Drive Inn) It's a seasonal ice cream place in Elm Park on the banks of the Red River and next to a pedestrian bridge that has been serving up fabulous dairy concoctions since 1957. On a perfect weather day, we bought a treat and walked over the bridge to take in the beautiful ...
... the road and I ask Jim to pull into the service station coming up as I need to use the washroom. This is quite unusual but considering that I drank a couple of glasses of water before we left and have not eaten anything g yet, this is not too surprising. He pulls into the Shell at Hanley, Saskatchewan. “Come on in with me and buy something so that I don’t look bad,” I say. We go in and while Jim is selecting an energy drink I ...
... than Mars? Polar bears?! What's a 'prairie'?) and to tell us about their lovely country. Plus there was that time we drove a stranger two hours from Nelson to Picton, and not only did we not get murdered, but we were given a bottle of delicious Feijoa brandy!
I've decided that I'm never going to call flip flops 'flip flops' again. Very early on in our travels, we heard someone mention 'jandals' and had no idea what they ...
... Winnipeg. The timbered forests made way for prairies covered with wheat, corn peas and other unidentifiable crops. There are lots of lakes around and lots of water just hanging around as the area has just come through some floods. It is too damp to harvest a lot of the crops. The flatness then turned into undulating hills which we are still going through. The land looks so good with rich soils. We have gone past two potash mines which are a big scare on the landscape. ...
We have been on the train for a couple of days now and already feeling a change In our age. Many, although not all of our fellow passengers are 65 plus, some into their 80s, only to be expected with so many baby boomers blooming and so many from that era having been prudent, finding that they have not too bad disposable incomes, it's hardly surprising that so many are choosing to take long leisurely trips, in relative comfort, so ...