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... and every one. We park the truck and before we head to the gift shop reception building we walk over to the old machinery for a couple of photos. When we finally make it to the gift shop I take some time to look around. I will buy things when we finish ‘digging’ for our own amethyst treasures. We pay our entrance fee and the lady takes outside and gives us a brief tour of the display and the open mine excavation area. We then make our way to ...
... of places we want to go.
To start with Jim wants to climb the tower and take some photos; when he has completed this I want to go to the canoe shop. This is another place that we learn a lot of interesting facts – birch bark is sewn together using an awl to make hole and then “sewing” it with spruce roots. Seams are sealed with pitch (a combination of spruce gum, bear fat and charcoal). It is now nearing 5:00 so ...
... red sunset from last night. “well it might be nice in Winnipeg,” Jim says with a little laugh.
Slowly the landscape starts to change and rocks are visible in the ditches here and there and then more and more as we enter Whiteshell Provincial Park. It is still raining off and on and as we pass by the road into Falcon Lake it is raining quite a lot. Few kilometres later the sun is shining and glistening off a large lake to my ...
... and it got us into some of the most amazing places that we experienced on the trip. It made us realize how many different ways we have toured on our bicycles and how different each of those adventures were. It was especially awesome to experience cycling infrastructure in big cities as well as rural areas from country to country.
People are kind and caring. We met lovely folks everywhere we went and made friends throughout the trip with people from all ...
... for trout in Lake Superior
silently slipping through the water on a night time canoe ride by the light of the silvery moon
orchid spotting due to the expert sussing ability of Sasha
watching "On Golden Pond" unfold in real life
bird rescuing due to the gentle patience of Hanna
bike hiking the head of the Giant
walking around the loop with the company of a wolf or two
harvesting the ...
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