Canad Inns Polo Park
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Now that we have traveled back in time (we left Auckland on Nov 30 at 20:00, and arrived in Winnipeg on Nov 30 at 19:15), recovered from traveling back in time, acclimatized to Winnipeg weather, and returned to work (in Josh's case), we decided it was time to reflect on our 'great adventure'.
First of all, thank you to everyone who followed our blog! I knew that our parents, siblings, some friends, and Grandma Samm would all ...
... lever, behind him was a mat being dragged along which he could step on and increase the drag. He showed us all this jus in case he fell off. He said this happened very very rarely.
Another dog sled arrived with 6 dogs, much to the excitement of the resident dogs. This was required because there were 24 of us, and so we could have the two sleds take 4 people around the circuit at a time. The circuit took about 10 mins to complete, It was still light ...
... hot chocolate and coffee. We drank our warm treats on the peninsula at the end of the bay, under a Canadian flag. It was very relaxing. Sadly, we had to return to the campsite to pack things up we cooked up our last hash browns and hit the road. We took the scenic route in hopes of seeing a bear or moose. Again, we failed. But we got some cool pictures anyways. It was a four hour drive to Winnipeg, but ...
... play it safe and load our puppet bins and sound system into our room. Later on, we made Frank’s night by delivering him a pizza. We are going to base our new cashier puppet, who is an elderly surly gentleman, on him. Art really does create itself when the artist is inspired by new people and new places.
... me a chance to do some tidying without 22 excited children underfoot! The final assembly, for me at least, was after morning recess, and I'll never forget it. We had a fantastic slideshow with scenes from the Winter Concert that Quon had created, and right at the end of it was a memo dedicating it to me...my kids sang the opening verse of Waltzing Matilda, waving the little Aussie flags I'd given each of them as part of their Christmas present. They then sang our concert songs again, ...