Days Inn Steinbach
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... 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, ...
We finished packing today and I have to say I'm impressed that we were so efficient. So much so that I'm sure we're forgetting something incredibly important but can't for the life of me think what it could be! Oh well - I'm sure it will come to me on the plane! ...
... just on a MUCH larger scale (with no lineups at the port-a-potties - awesome).
We could still hear the music playing (that goes until 12:15am) from our tent in the campground, but I'm pretty sure we all fell asleep as soon as our heads hit the pillow.
Winnipeg folk festival - a great stop and well worth the visit! We'd come back again!
Groovin to the tunes,
... 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.
... market on the walk to the reclining Buddha. The reclining Buddha was our next stop and it was a little cheaper to get in (100 baht). It is the largest reclining Buddha statue in the world. It was really cool to see, but it was so hard to get a proper picture of it, and it was too crowded to to get a chance to take your time at the temple. To get to Wat Arun, we needed to take a ferry across the river which was really easy to sort out and only cost 3 baht, which ...