BEST WESTERN Lakeside Inn & Conference Centre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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Not a great start in the morning as it was bloody well wet, in Portage le Prairie.
Hopes were still high as we thought it could not get any worse, we were wrong. I think God decided to open up the skies to drown the mosquitos. Yes people they do grow them big and thirsty here. We finally got to use the Ben 30 deet sheets we purchased ...
... had many good times on the Thief River and the parks in town. I even remember the store we use to go to buy candy. Unfortunately, my aunts and uncles have passed away with the exception of my Aunt Virginia (age 86) and Uncle Art (age 93). The most recent loss was of my aunt Norma who passed away just one month ago.
Since we were in Minnesota, Sheila and I wanted to be sure we made it up to TRF. The sign at the city limits stated ...
... and that was out of a kayak. So this was clearly a different deal. As I scrambled for my camera, I was thinking: "What if he doesn't want to move?" I had also heard moose can be aggressive and charge. Thinking about that, despite the bike, I was certainly the smaller of the two of us. Unfortunately, or fortunately, by the time I got the lens cap off, he scrambled off into some high brush on the side of the road. I pulled up to the to the spot he ...
... of us to her cabin quite a few weeks ago, and we were really excited about going there. The others had been before, but it was my first time. I drove to Sharon's by 7:45am and then out to Stacey's, near Stonewall, a small settlement outside of Winnipeg. I thought I would be driving to Ontario, but Stacey said she couldn't face the idea of five hours there and back with my PT Cruisers dodgy air conditioning! I wasn't about to argue, that's for sure. So we left my car ...
... 20 minute snooze for me while Craig drove), we crossed the Ontario border (sans smoke), and were very disappointed with the flimsy, highway side sign that welcomed us to our 5th province. But we are determined to get a picture with every sign, so we diligently pulled over and took our photos. About 2 minutes further down the highway, right beside a Tourism Ontario building, we saw a huge, wooden sign welcoming us to Ontario. ...