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All flights went well - surprisingly (given last flight experience) the movie choices were awful!
But did watch a great doc on the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and want to go and see the
Erskine/American pavilion which was a United Church I attended in another life!
Bought a NY Times Sunday edition for the flights and there was lots to read! Did you know marriage announcements give the age of the bride and details of ...
... a hangover, which put Casey in a bit of a bad mood. We drove back to the historic downtown of Moose Jaw ready for our tour into the tunnels. Moose Jaw is famous for having tunnels under the town that were used for smuggling alcohol into the USA during the time of prohibition. Casey had told us of a tour we could take that gave us more information about these tunnels, and the connection that the town has to Al Capone (he used the town as a base of operations on occasion). We went ...
Nadine went out running along the marshland trail this morning. She had expected a lot of bugs, so was thrilled to discover that there were no mosquitoes at all….for the first half of her run. Midway through the loop, the little pests appeared in droves. It was torture getting back to camp again.
The kids and Nadine hung out at the playground while Silvio got the trailer ready for our departure. Then, it was on to Medicine Hat, where we ...
... a few drunk guys in the dome car, and 3 actual moose far off in marshy areas. During the frequent stops, black and yellow swallowtails, as well as monarch butterflies, flew past our windows.
As we pulled into Winnipeg, I spotted the first gopher of the journey, then promptly stopped counting gophers.
In Alberta I've noticed a lot of hares in the city, which have spawned a lot of ...
... next couple of hours getting as drunk as possible so as to save money in the gig. "Act A Fool 2" was not a dissapointment. 3 rooms of crazy dubstep and electro music, along with a bunch of go go dancers on every stage performing constantly. We partied there until it finished around 3am and heavily walked home, after a stop at mcdonalds of course.
Edmonton put a large dent in our savings and we knew we couldn't do much else for the next month until ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed