Carlton Inn Winnipeg
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So tomorrow morning we start on our second journey to Belize. There's been a lot of preparatory work, very little of which revolves around the trip, but rather just being able to go away for three weeks.
We like to tell ourselves that we have a complicated life, and to a certain extent, that's true. There's no reason to get into the things that occupy our time, but let's just say that we have a lot more on our plates than ...
... and a really striking cathedral within a cathedral. Would have loved to stay for some of the festivities (Bruce Cockburn was playing in the evening) but the rain, our travel schedule, and the long lines tipped the balance to moving on. I was really impressed with the downtown of Winnipeg and would come back for a longer stay.
Well after driving nearly 3500 km across Canada our visit has ended as we make our way to Chicago. The weather is still really nice, in transit at the minute! We're supposed to leave Winnipeg at 8 am but flight was delayed!! Can't complain tho as the chick waived our luggage fee, so we saved ourselves $100!!!!!! Plus she didn't weigh them, not that it mattered we made sure our bags weren't too heavy. It would be good if all our flights in the States were like that but I ...
... burrows, and when we sat down at a bench, a curious little fellow came out to say hello. We went back to the car and grabbed some cashews and immediately became celebrities in the prairie dog communities. Really trusting creatures once you flash some food.
Overall, it turned out to be an unexpectedly great day, considering the fact that I hadn't planned too much for Winnipeg.
Tomorrow, we discover just how much ...
I have officially hit my midway point...and ironically...the middle of Canada!
This was definitely wildlife day on the Trans Canada Hwy. In one 250 km stretch I counted 18 moose...YES...18!!!! Then there were the deer, birds galore, and even a slow moving beaver. Oh yes...let's not for get the millions of mosquito and black flies on my windshield...ick.
This was also a day of 'monuments' thanks to some tips from Frank...there was a giant Max the ...