Travel Blogs from Winnipeg
Winnipeg was hot. In hindsight I suppose it wasn't that hot as we have now been to hotter places but for a Norwegian caterpillar in Canada it was hot. We were off the train and at our accommodation early which allowed us the rest of the day to explore Winnipeg and feel how hot it was. I don't know how they cope. People must stay for the lovely winters which become but a distant memory to be cherished during the terrible summers.
Winnipeg was also ...
... herself to move forward in their own relationship with the help of their God, some professionals and understanding friends and family. I, the writer, am The Woman in this experience. None of what the allegory presents is an excuse for behaviours. None of the mans thoughts or stories should be discounted or called lies based on occasional or partial troubling thought processes. It is a brief, true encounter of a friendship gone too far beyond the bounds of our marriages. This also has ...
... everybody settled. The two hour flight seemed to speed by and soon we were beginning our descent. After getting all of the students off the plane and doing a quick head count, we walked through Pearson International to find the gate for our connecting flight to London. We established a meeting time with the group and allowed students to head off in search of food or to browse airport shops. With the other chaperones, I sat in an iPad-based lounge ...
... me a chance to do some tidying without 22 excited children underfoot! The final assembly, for me at least, was after morning recess, and I'll never forget it. We had a fantastic slideshow with scenes from the Winter Concert that Quon had created, and right at the end of it was a memo dedicating it to me...my kids sang the opening verse of Waltzing Matilda, waving the little Aussie flags I'd given each of them as part of their Christmas present. They then sang our concert songs again, ...
... it is done in the most humane manner, catching species which are not endangered and the purpose is to provide food rather than just for fun. It is after all the way that nature intended and the lifestyle in ages past. However, I can't help but think that all these gadgets and tools are all a bit of a cheat. It's one thing to outwit an animal with skill, but something else to have to use all sorts of aids to con your prey and make hunting fool-proof - that's not skill, ...
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