Humphry Inn & Suites Winnipeg
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The last two nights have been spent in Winnipeg, the capital of Manitoba. Four weary travels arrived in the big smoke to find icy footpaths and a bitter cold wind that left us contemplating our decision to leave the warmth of the Rocky Mountains. It has been said that you can expect temperatures of -50degC and bone chilling winds in Winnipeg but it …
... on board who were interesting to talk to. One lady was not upset about the late running she always allowed 24hrs lee way at the end of the trip.
Next day we were due to arrive at 9:30am but on writing this mid afternoon we are expected to arrive 5:00pm Seven and half hours late!
Passing thru forests and lakes what we imagined Canada to be like. We are now about an hour out and we passing farm land
We actually did arrive at 5pm Praise the Lord
... adjacent to our gate and to hang out with one another. Karl Follhoffer wandered through the group getting everyone to sign a large Canada flag that he brought along. I drew some students' attention to the quote I noticed was imprinted around the circumference of a British pound, "Nemo me impune lacessit." After some prompting, they recalled that it was a quote from Edgar Allan Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado." We boarded our Winnipeg-Toronto flight ...
... a game an older cousin had put together. This was that old favourite of tossing a dice, and if you rolled a six, putting on a hat, scarf and gloves as quickly as you could and then trying to take a layer of wrapping off of a gift before the next lucky roll. I brought out Ben after this, and the youngest nephew took to him instantly, showing himself to be a natural puppeteer and entertaining everyone with his antics! Before we knew it, the night was no longer young, ...
... weeks to pursue their sport. It makes me think of one store that Huw showed me near Toronto - Bass Pro. This place is just unbelievable and a hunters' paradise. Not only does it sell everything you think you'd need for hunting, it also sells everything you had no idea you needed!! 15' tree ladders, full-size plastic deer decoys, full size caribou cut-outs, feeders to lure your prey to the base of the tree in which you're hiding. I'm fairly ambivalent about ...