Holiday Inn Winnipeg South
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... without stop!!! I wanted to cry! It turned out that he saw the moose tracks so he was hoping to take us to find that moose. At that point, I would not even care if it were a polar bear (oh, well, if it were a polar bear I would do it). He drove on for some time and finally turned back. I felt SO GOOD when we finally got in the lodge!!! Later I spoke with Butch. He said he was just torturing us :-)
The sky brightened up a little bit after we ...
... the road when the road changes yet again to a narrow road that is in need of some repair. After several minutes, we cross Highway 12 at Zhoda, Manitoba and continue on until we reach Vita.
We get to Mother’s place and get out of the truck. Jim’s brother Barry is cutting the grass. Jim’s mom is sitting beside the open window in the house, Mindy the dog is on the table barking at us through the open window. I ask Jim to get me ...
... and then I ask “who are you?” with a laugh. She tells me her name and I realize that I don’t know her but we figure out that she does know my sister, brother, and brother-in-law. What are the odds of meeting Albertan’s originally from Manitoba from your own hometown area on a train ride!
We ride along at an incredibly slow pace but it is enjoyable and the scenery is very nice. A storyteller comes to our car ...
... bought a black bear cub in White River, and named it Winnie, after Winnipeg where he was originally from. The officer went to war and leant Winnie to the London Zoo while he was away. A.A Milne wrote Winnie the Pooh about his son Christopher who used to visit Winnie all the time at the zoo, and Christopher's stuffed toys. I had Winnie the Pooh curtains and duvet covers until I was about 16 (not even embarrassed) so this was very exciting for me!!!
... tomorrow, Tuesday, September 23, at 1:00 p.m. Crossed the Manitoba/Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan now renamed "SasTHATCHewan") border at 6:10 p.m. Central Time (5:10 p.m. Eastern Time) this evening!! Oh, Yeah!! Thought of you, Dave, Brenna and Thatch! Oh, and by the way, we've been told we will be traveling through Saskatoon around 10:30 tonight. So, it does seem we may be going through the (likely distant) neighborhood of the Grimson family farm. We'll try to catch a view with a ...