Days Inn & Suites - Brandon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I did 900 kms today. I almost stayed in Winnipeg but decided to muscle on through. Things went from rocky and lake-y to flat and wheat-y pretty quick. Nothing to show for pictures. I'm on the Trans Canada HWY so just a lot of trucks and gas stations. Tomorrow I'm heading to Regina to say hi to Kath and then onto Edmonton. Missing my kids and family terribly. I guess I could have stayed this week in Ontario but I felt I needed to do this trek. So far, it hasn't ...
Souris Manitoba, home of the longest swinging bridge in Canada 177 meters. Also home to a huge butterfly collection, we have been to both previously and well worth the stop. The bridge was destroyed in the flood a few summers ago but has now been rebuilt. Not on the itinerary for this ...
... which is about 2 hours getting here. A few other bikers came along from our group and stopped. We said carry on but not before getting a photo of some of them sitting on their bikes. Yes we are bored waiting. There is a railway line parallel to the road and we hope for a train for a bit of excitement. No luck I am afraid.
Jim and Helen in the breakdown truck arrive at about 1200 and we load Alan's bike on the back ...
... Once we got her thumb situation sorted out we decided to get in line to go to the top! After waiting what seemed like forever in line we finally got to see an amazing view! We didn't realize it at the time but we picked the perfect time to go up because once we got up it was starting to get dark and hey turned the lights on the tower. The Eiffel Tower is absolutely amazing at night! I would definitely recommend seeing it with all the lights on its so ...
... through mile upon mile of stubble fields, some cultivated some not. Saw big boys toys, Ian wanted to stop and play! Saw some eagles, one even stayed in the tree long enough to take a photo and have a good look at him through binoculars. Drove to Brandon, filled up with gas, had to pay$20 for water! Walmart was busy, so went to the town dump station to empty the water. Montana's for tea ...