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... the colors we saw further north.
Most of our journey today was on divided highways, a pleasure to drive after so much of the mountain terrain I drove through the past few days. I must say I enjoyed the somewhat boring but efficient four lane divided highway because of the time saving, but I miss the scenic views the mountains roads afford.
We make it all the way to Edmonton. Around 365 miles. We take ...
Well, it is time to go out again. I am super excited, a little nervous, and very busy! As most of you already know I am heading out to Europe. I bought a one-way ticket and I have quit my job, so I will see what comes and how long I will be gone. It is going to be an adventure and I am excited for the open-ended concept of the trip.
The plans so far... June 5th I leave Lethbridge and fly to Halifax, in Halifax I hang out for a few days with my dear friend Robin. ...
... about living a good life that is gospel centered. Sheree won a game at bingo and selected a blue tablecloth set made by Aunt Elaine, perfect for the motorhome. We had a delightful time watching a little 5 year old relative play and win the very last Bingo game. I have never watched someone so enthused and excited about every number called and sad and disheartened with every miss. So sweet. It all happened so quick, and then it was over - until next time. We stayed on ...
... very nice to have your own vehicle once you are there. Punta Gorda is not a very popular tourist destination (yet), which seems like the reason that people that do go there as tourists, like it. Very rustic and authentic which will be interesting to see/experience!
We are staying at a hotel that is owned by a Canadian couple. By their emails they sound very nice and we are really looking forward to ...
... finally made it to Winnipeg to get some well needed rest.
September 28th, 2013
Day 4 we played tourists for the first time on the trip, spending part of the day touring Winnipeg. We checked out The Legislature Building (along with The Golden Boy – who, might I add, is rather muscular for a “boy”), we drove past the new Canadian Museum for Human ...