Canad Inns Polo Park
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... to the main station area and headed out to explore this desert city.
I headed out into the street at the end of the station to what i thought was the city end but once into the street it seemed rather bleak and more like a kind of industrial or office block area with not very much of any interest at all.
I then went back into the wonderful station building and headed for the exit at the other end. Out here was a nice green grass park with ...
... most feasible times to see
polar bears, thousands of which wait on the vast peninsula until the water freezes on Hudson Bay so that they can return to hunt their primary food source, ringed seals.
Many locals even leave their cars unlocked in case someone needs to make a quick escape from the polar bears in the ...
... Scout, Audrey, Thatcher, and, perhaps, Kieran, included, of course!) This morning brought the arrival of blue skies, bright sunshine and much warmer temperatures. Soon after eating breakfast, we arrived in Winnipeg, our first, scheduled and somewhat extended stop - 2 hours or so. It felt great to get fresh air and really stretch our legs! And while the two hours did not afford us the opportunity to see much of Winnipeg, we were able to walk toward the waterfront to catch ...
... way. There is no privacy for undressing if you do not get into the bunk first.
The double cabin is well designed but the bunks are designed differently than ours. The bottom bunk folds down the width of the cabin (ie along its short edge) and then the top bunk is lowered from the ceiling. Very ingenious I thought. We also had a loo and a basin. There was a shower in each carriage.
The train was very long with a number of dome cars and a two dining cars plus at ...
... personal reality. It serves me as a mirror into which I can look every day and see many things. In the following entries I will share what I see. I see first of all that none of this is about truth. There is no truth except Gods truth. Otherwise all is perspective. The mans truth is his reality, and deserves to be handled in love and grace. I quote from a well respected Ontario Doctor and friend: " WHATEVER A PERSON'S FEELINGS ABOUT WHETHER ANOTHER PERSON'S BELIEFS ARE GROUNDED IN ...