Days Inn Steinbach
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... discovered. Halifax and Sydney both have fabulous art scenes and theaters that we didn't get to see and we never did get to take the ferry my dad works on. So there are many more adventures to be had! A huge thank you goes out to my parents for a fabulous trip and for everything they did for us. It really was an amazing experience that we will never ...
... welcomes us and we head for the center of town. We get to "our" dodge dealer and find Ben Gintner - our email correspondent. Ben somewhat disbelieving that we actually arrived is even more floored when he gets the lobsters he laughingly requested. He checks the inventory. We go over our discussions and out come the possibilities - the black truck and the grey truck. Out we go for test drives - interestingly, ...
... was making friends at every stage we went to. We were impressed by how outgoing he was at the festival and how people almost seemed drawn to him, everyone didn't mind talking with him or playing the games he got them to play. One couple used their iPhone to time Robbie as he balanced ear phones, a hat and his shoe on his head. Another group of girls played toss Josephine's sock into Robbie's ball cap ...
... at Birds Hil Provincial Park just outside Winnipeg. It is a huge park! The campground has sites that are very close together and being flat Manitoba, it had little shad - it didn't matter though, we weren't spending much time at the site. We rang our friend Tracy (hope its ok if I blog about you Tracy!) who is working in Winnipeg right now and met her at an area known as "the forks" - it is called that because it is in Winnipeg where the Assiniboine and Red Rivers meet. ...
... pond. We woke to
turtles sunning themselves around the same pond. We’ve noticed that each morning and night, a different kind of bird or animal greets us.
Often, it is robins, but it has also been loons, rabbits, snowshoe
hares, chipmunks, squirrels, bullfrogs, crows and turtles. Funny, the moment we pulled into our campsite
here at Riding Mountain National Park near Dauphin, Manitoba, we were greeted
by some kind of gopher.