Comfort Inn Airport
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... 6 minutes late (07:36pm) by the time we got Winnipeg 48hrs later we were 4 hrs late!. But 5 minutes out we had to wait 30mins for a wheat train. We had the same sort of carriages but an older set. Back to a choice of microwaved Thai Chicken or Dijon Chicken.
Next day we played the card game Eucha which does't task the brain and passes the time. It was raining outside for most of the day. I even was able to teach someone backgammon. Again we had to wait ...
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Thanks but i'll sleep in the Yugo. Just reserved a car today '83 Yugo in pretty fair shape,
smokes a bit and some (maybe most) of the tires are nearly bald, looks ok tho
on the side that isn't bashed in if you kind of ignore the rusted
out places, we can keep the windows open to suck the exhaust out of ...
... he was able, talk about the cat in the hat, the cheeky beggar! I'd then put it up on a dresser once I'd gotten it back from him, and of course forgot it! Sandy, after reading an email I sent her later that night asking if she'd give it to Carla to post back, as I'd leave her the money, decided she was going to drop it in at Carla's mum's on Boxing Day afternoon, when I'd be visiting there. I so appreciated the effort, as did my ears once I reached New York later that ...
... the final days before Christmas, which I think deserves a blog entry of its own, I certainly have enough photos, and I'm pretty much over typing this one, as I'm sure you are of reading it if you've stuck with it this long! So, the next instalment, to follow soon I hope, will be what happened for the rest of Monday, right up to Boxing Day! And since it's already been and gone, can you believe it? I hope you all had a lovely Christmas, as I did.
Merry Christmas to you and yours,
... resident bear, Hudson, was in a smaller set of cages which didn't make for a great viewing experience.
No bears, wolves, ghosts, turkeys, or even human rights museums, but we did have a great Canadian train journey, dipped our fingers in Hudson Bay, saw the aurora borealis, made some new friends, and got to spend a couple of days in the Slurpee Capital of the World. It's starting to cool dramatically so it's time to join the Canadian Snowbirds and head for warmer climes.