Holiday Inn Winnipeg - Airport West
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... On this trip, Gump and I met many wonderful Manitobans. No internet here, so I will post this blog back in Lethbridge. Can't say I am looking forward to the seven hour drive tomorrow, but at least Gump and I can share the driving. SWe are pretty well 50-50 so far. Thanks for following my blog! Gump and I have made plans for another road trip: In May 2016 Red Deer hosts the Memorial Cup! Can I am off to Mexico in 2 weeks. Definitely no ...
We woke to a really heavy rain storm and decided to skip our morning walk through Island Park at Portage la Prairie. We consequently were rather slow getting moving but finally we headed off to Winnipeg. Still overcast here and threatening rain so we decided on an in-day as we educators call it. So off we went to the Royal Canadian Mint once we dropped off the trailer. After 3 ...
... like it was cold.
Winnipeg was different to anywhere I'd been before in Canada. It's in the prairie land of Manitoba, which people seem to be using for grain farming and not much else. Along the path of the train at least. It took about a day just to get out of Ontario but once we did and were on the approach to Winnipeg the land changed from trees and lakes to dry farmland. The number of train tracks even increased, going from a single ...
... 4. We saw a sign painted at the end of the pier in Doolan that puzzled us. We are not sure if the sign is a symptom of government over regulation, inebriated tourists/locals, necessitated by historical events or all of the above. Picture attached.
5. Our treks into the Atlantic on the boat made us think about how tough it must have been for the Irish people to travel to North America and Australia during the potato famine era. We saw a ...
... the museum, this ship sailed from England back in the day. The sights, the sounds and even the smells reminded you of the shear enormity of its endeavours and the bravery of those who travelled aboard. Tomorrow we leave Manitoba and cross into Ontario and down to Lake Superior. Let's hope our car starts after it's freezing days and nights in Winnipeg. If our next update comes from Winnipeg, you'll know what happened. Enjoy the Aussie warmth! Love Bec xx Kilometres driven: ...