Clarion Hotel Winnipeg
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... and I had wanted to fill our travel mugs so I pass on the coffee. We pay for our purchases and exit the store. “Wow. A hundred dollars later, and I still didn’t get coffee.” Jim chuckles. “Oh well, that’s how it goes,” I add. “I guess coffee will wait until Dryden. I hope there is a Tim Horton’s there.”
We resume our drive and I watch out the windows. It rains and then it stops and then it ...
... check the time. It is a little bit too early to call so I continue on to checking my email as I usually do in the morning. At precisely 9:00 I dial the ticket office and get connected to an answering machine. “No answer,” I tell Jim. “They’re probably not in yet.” I really want to get these tickets so we can go on this train ride.
The Prairie Dog Central is an 1880s vintage steam train that operates on ...
... and onto our silver train was just great and we got many wonderful photos.
Once darkness fell I sat watching the train signals ahead and could tell the train was being stopped again as we approach yet another yellow signal to take us into the loop to allow another freight passed.
Finally at about midnight I headed back to my small cabin and decided to try and sleep. During the night the train seemed to race along so lets hope it made up some lost ...
... of this artist. But this exhibit goes deeper.
It shows both Dali's fears and his whimsy. The paintings peek into his mind, which a fear of the unknown afterlife haunts his dreams. A deeply religious man, Dali paintings uniquely represent the basic iconography of Catholicism. And they are both beautiful and troubling.
I know the work of Dali ...
... I stood at the windiest street corner of Canada but I forgot to take a picture of the sign!
Hope everyone is great and that it is sunny and warm wherever you are! Ok, off to read this book!
Love you muchos,
Fun fact: I say my "oo" sounds differently from everyone else in the group so I was the source of plenty of laughter. (I honestly can't tell a difference between what I say and what they do, but they say I say that sound like an old Greek ...