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The city has an underground shopping district and like Calgary they have tubes that connect the building so you can walk through the city without going outdoors as it gets up to C-40o in winter. This winter past started in October and finished in April so they were quite over it by the end. We have a new passenger next to us and she lives 2 hours south of Winnipeg so its been interesting talking with her.
We were back on the train for another great ...
... the number 99 bus and made my way to campus. And oh, what a Panini Monday it was. Buffalo chicken and blue cheese, blue cheese margherita, and chicken-crispy-bacon-all-kinds-of-delic iousness Paninis. Free Chinese food from one of the classes downstairs. Cheese dip. Cherries and chocolate. NUTELLA FRUITSPLOSIONS. And I got to catch up with some of the best, best people.
... the 1st Battalion, DeLancey's did garrison duty in and around Charleston. Both battalions of DeLancey's in the South were but a shell of what they had embarked with at New York four years earlier. To return the unit to its establishment (i.e., the number of officers and men the regiment is authorized to have), the 1st and 2nd Battalions were combined together to form a "new" 1st Battalion, still under the command of Lt. Colonel CRUGER. The 3rd Battalion, DeLancey's, ...
... again yes you guessed it, lovely and interesting scenery. Bald eagles were about seen 2 nests and 2 pairs, also, a 100 year old Nest of an Osprey on a bridge and a couple other Osprey nests as well. We saw the farm, (from the train) of a farmer who chooses to only wear his boots, but we may have been a little early for him, as he wasn't about either. Travelling on the train by the river ...
... the "totems" (the animals or people depicted in the carvings), while others add them sequentially. Regardless, they are all fascinating and wondrous.
Two newer pieces stood out for me: the first was a contemporary representation of the old "let there be light" story, in which a raven sees this bright object, which is actually the first sun. I love that this striking piece is called "yaahl kingnganggang."
The next piece I'll share ...