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... a wonderful museum, worthy of several days of exploration to really understand the geology and life style of the peoples of Manitoba. We were sorry to have to leave. One of the best of its type we have seen.
Lunch was at our next stop- the Fort Whyte Alive environmental educational center. The center focuses on the outdoors ...
... voltage and longest transmission line in the world.
Our last vist was an ice hockey match at the IcePlex complex. This has about 5 rinks which we saw briefly during the first visi to Winnipeg. Well the driver had seen that there were matches starting at 6:30pm.
We saw 2 matches but only the first session of each. The first was the Monarchs versus the Hawks black ...
... Lord Selkirk brought a party of Scottish settlers to Winnipeg. The shift from trapping and hunting to agriculture began. The Cree Indian words "win" which is muddy and "sniper" which is water gave this Province its name.
We crossed the border at Pembina, North Dakota and drove to Grand Forks, North Dakota staying at the Holiday Inn Express. We had dinner at Ruby Tuesdays with Don and ...
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Thanks but i'll sleep in the Yugo. Just reserved a car today '83 Yugo in pretty fair shape,
smokes a bit and some (maybe most) of the tires are nearly bald, looks ok tho
on the side that isn't bashed in if you kind of ignore the rusted
out places, we can keep the windows open to suck the exhaust out of ...
... side-trip to the Winnipeg Zoo- we normally don't do zoos because of the whole animals-in-captivity thing but given that we didn't get a closeup look at a polar bear in Churchill, we thought we'd try for a look at a zoo bear that recently came from Churchill (saved from a needle because he had clawed a locals backside within town limits). Our mini streak of bad luck continued however, as the Churchill bear, Storm, was not on display, and given that a new enclosure was being ...