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... had travelled to Winnipeg (by boat) to be the first steam train to run on the new railway. Her first journeys allowed the railway builders to iron out some creases, such as having too few water towers along the railway for the Countess to fill up at. This lead to some audience participation when the unsuspecting passengers were made to disembark, form a line and pass buckets of water up to the train from nearby rivers.
After the first day ...
... flight change!!!! That makes a total of four changes.. Grrrr! Sooo as of 10:30 tonight we are leaving at 2:00pm tomorrow but with the way things have been going I wouldn't be suprised if the flight was cancelled all together!... But let's hope not *Knock on wood* Anywho enough complaining, with any luck sometime in the next day or two we will finally make it to Mexico and be able to have a cool drink with "our toes in the water and ass in the sand"! ;) Goodnight ...
... 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, ...
... that we had just travelled down. We didn't get kicked out of any museums today, however the guide had to hurry us along in the lookout building as he had another tour in the afternoon. Portland has famous rose and Japanese Gardens so after our gorge tour we went back into town and walked to and through them. The rose garden was not at its best as winter is rapidly approaching, however the Japanese Gardens were really worth the walk. The autumn colours spread among the ...
... at us from high up in tree, as they kept smacking into the pathway all around us under a particular tree, cheeky, cute little fur balls! They loved everything we saw, the Pavillion, Winnie The Pooh statue and gallery, the flower gardens, and especially the Leo Mol sculpture gardens, which I was pleased about, because they are one of my favourite places too. We had a delicious lunch at the cafe next to the duck pond, and dad wanted this to be his birthday meal, rather than going ...
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