Canad Inns Destination Centre Transcona
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Thanks but i'll sleep in the Yugo. Just reserved a car today '83 Yugo in pretty fair shape,
smokes a bit and some (maybe most) of the tires are nearly bald, looks ok tho
on the side that isn't bashed in if you kind of ignore the rusted
out places, we can keep the windows open to suck the exhaust out of ...
... The following night I had organized to meet up with Tracy Pierce at the nearest Costco superstore, to buy final supplies for the farewell party I'd planned that Sunday. Tracy had offered to take me on several occasions, but I'd always been busy or had something on...what an incredible store! It's like a massive warehouse, but also a supermarket, where everything comes in bulk sizes, or greatly discounted, or both! Everything from clothing to household goods, books, kids toys ...
... resident bear, Hudson, was in a smaller set of cages which didn't make for a great viewing experience.
No bears, wolves, ghosts, turkeys, or even human rights museums, but we did have a great Canadian train journey, dipped our fingers in Hudson Bay, saw the aurora borealis, made some new friends, and got to spend a couple of days in the Slurpee Capital of the World. It's starting to cool dramatically so it's time to join the Canadian Snowbirds and head for warmer climes.
... and then realized they had long beaks and looked like the pelicans we usually see on trips to Florida. The staff in the mint told us they had a couple last year too. A quick google search and yes, apparently there are pelicans in Alberta. The American White Pelican will spend the summer as far north as Manitoba before flying to Mexico for the winter. Who ...