Travel Blogs from Brandon
... band aids where ever you go! My friend was cutting bread with a Swiss Army knife and managed to give herself a pretty big cut on her thumb, you could imagine us scrambling to find something to soak up the small pool of blood that was forming in her hand and us only being able to find a tampon. Not many people can say that they held onto a tampon while your thumb refused to stop bleeding while trying to enjoy a nice picnic but it's a story none of us ...
... of holidays - went to the movies, read books, played cards, watched hockey. We went to a Wheatkings game - major junior hockey - so boys from around 15 to 20 trying to get drafted to the NHL. Kinda like the TAC Cup for AFL I think. Lots of fights of course - it's what the league is known for. Was pretty relaxing really. The drive back - we did it all in one day - was pretty touch. A good 13 hours on the Sunday before back to work for Kendra on the ...
This update is for those of you, who think we fell off the face off the Earth. We realize we abruptly stopped writing blogs. It is because Scott and I have returned home to Brandon. Unfortunately, my mom was suddenly diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. We raced home to be with her.
My mom passed away on September 29th, at home surrounded by us. Thankfully, we were able to spend a few weeks with her.
Watched Mizzou beat Georgia. Yea tigers. Drove to Deadwood and went to a saloon for a bison burger while watching the end of the cardinals game .Yippie for cards 1-0!! Sharon won 32$ on slot machines. Drove through Sturgis the famous biker rally town and Was it ever dead- it could've been called deadwood..
We had a drink at a rooftop bar in Rapid City and called it a ...
... last year.
Crystal (meth) Sugar Plant near Drayton - huge operation. No pictures taken as we are doing 126 km/hr.
3 degrees Celsius.
Photo of rail cars - finally some colour on the horizon - all empty.
Buicks everywhere between here and Bemidji.
2:45 PM at the border crossing. Where is the Tim Hortons?
Pembina Valley to Montcalm miles of wind turbines.
St Jean Baptiste "The Soup Pea Capital of Canada". (Why soup-pea and not ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking