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Family draws us back to our prairie roots. This trip is mostly about birthday celebrations in my family and time to connect with Kirsten & Scott, our Neville niece and nephew. They live in Esterhazy, a small town of 2,000 people.
Winnipeg is a 4 hour drive east and, seeking a city fix, we head there in a rented Toyota. We stop in …
... You are on the right path." Quite appropriate for these little guys are along this highway and for me they are the protectors of the road. “I need a picture of the Inushuk,” I tell Jim. “OK, that shouldn’t be too hard. We will watch for a good one and stop to get a photo,” he tells me. This makes me quite happy and I now have a mission to find the perfect inukshuk. We pass many, many inukshuk. Most are small and by the time ...
... say. And they had a bakery in there. I wonder if it is still operational?” We get out of the truck and I send Jim to the bank while I head into Rexall to find sunscreen. While I am waiting to pay, Jim comes into the store and joins me in line. “The bakery is still there and it smells delicious!” he says. Purchase in hand we leave the store. “Let’s go get some cinnamon buns or something,” I say. No need for Jim ...
... day in the city, we didn't fit too much in, but we headed to the new Human Rights museum. An amazing building, and an even better museum. It was floors of exhibits, which sounds daunting but most of the floor's exhibits were fairly small, so we got through it in a few hours while still reading most stuff and taking it all in. Absolutely worth a visit if you're ever in the area.
By the time we finished, tummies were rumbling, so ...
... talking about. We quickly learned that 'jandals' are flip flops. We immediately adopted this term. Halfway through the trip, at the Te Papa museum in Wellington of all places, we learned that 'jandal' was slang for 'Japanese sandal'. Josh is currently sporting a pretty awesome jandal tan. I hope it lasts all winter.
I'm glad we made it back just in time for the holiday season. We are going to be busy now with all kinds of ...