Howard Johnson Airport Hotel - Winnipeg
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... 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 ...
... cutting the lawn, shoveling the driveway, and anything else that made him enough money to buy a new laptop! He is also Sara's(who lives with me) big bother so I transferred some hugs for her too. We had a lovely dinner....first restaurant meal since I left home, actually, and caught up on life in Ottawa and Winnipeg. So 2 nights in Winnipeg with a visit to Trev and possibly Richard at IG and perhaps a poke around town. Definitely have to get a run and a workout in ...
... busy, we had to sneak Jeff into the Elite Plus lineup as the regular lineup was nearly out the door. The plane was very crowed again and it made for an uncomfortable ride for both Marshall and I. Upon arrival in Winnipeg everything went well until Marshall and I reached the last security check where we were asked to step aside and go for further screening.... this was very scary and ...
... probably be getting home quite late in the day, if not evening, so I knew I needed to be organised! I caught a taxi at 4pm, and it took about half an hour to get to Susan's. Their street is like some delightful scene from a TV show where you wish you could live there, but think that it probably doesn't exist in real life, right down to the name...Appleton Lane. There's a small park at the end of it with a tiny hill perfect for tobogganing, and all the front yards ...
... about Nirvana, Hendrix, horror movies and science fiction/fantasy movie memorabilia. After being told to leave as the museum was closing (a common event from now on), we went down the road to the Chalouly Glass blowing Gallery (better check the spelling on that one) where we were blown away (excuse the pun) by the display of glass art work. Next morning we walked down town to start the Seattle Underground Tour, a fun look at the history behind the establishment of Seattle ...
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