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... Winnipeg winter.
We stopped by burnt out catholic cathedral which must have been very imposing in its day, the parishioners have built a modern replacement within the stone walls of the old.
Next stop was the Legislative Assembly building for Manitoba, a large imposing building with gardens going down the river. Winnipeg is built on the confluence of two rivers (Red and Assiniboine) which have flooded from time to time the last one in the 90's.
We were going ...
... 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: ...
... are planning to keep in touch. I was so pleased to hear that they'd loved the whole experience so much that they were already thinking about doing it again some time in the future. (In fact Stew even said if I wanted to come to Winnipeg again let them know, ha ha!) Of course I'd love to come back to Canada, and if I did, and wasn't based there, I'd definitely be visiting Winnipeg, now that I have so many many friends that I'd love to see again, and happily I can now ...
... like we don't have the space"! This route used to have more than one passenger train a day, it now has 2 trains a week (3 in summer). It got me wondering, is that demise solely down to efficiency of air travel or could it be air travel capitalising on the inefficiency of the railways - the rail network scoring its very own own goal! If passenger services were of more importance, and services were more reliable, more people may use them. In truth many of the delays are ...
... couldn't see me unless they flew halfway round the planet! I sure appreciated the fact that they had spent the time and money to come and see me again. It was wonderful and exciting and weirdly didn't seem as long as it had been since I saw them last. I guess having Skype makes a difference, because I had actually seen their faces. Hugs were a given, mum actually didn't cry, which is good, because that would have made me feel guilty! They just had broad grins on their faces, and ...