ROSEAU MOTEL AND DINER
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... as he would put it. It's still so special with so many fond memories. These little suburban NYC girls are in for a treat this summer as they learn what it's like to live in the country, pick and can berries and vegetables, learn to drive on an old pickup on a bumpy, yet wide-open field...and little do they know we will be filling Dad's basement full of firewood, stacked neatly before we head back to New York. It's going to be a great ...
We did great! Pulled into my parents house at 7pm, 1550 miles later. We left at 11:30am Sunday, so that's just under 80 hrs w/three kids and an afternoon on the beach. And I might add on a budget! Overnight expenses totaled only $18. I have yet to figure gas, but the price dropped 40-50 cents per gallon as we headed Westward. I estimate about $275 on gas. Most of our food was from a packed cooler. We did great! Today we listened to Lemony Snicket; A ...
Very hard to sightsee with the low cloud cover and buckets of rain. Stopped just before Winnipeg to take a picture of a great white horse at St. Francis Xavier. Native folklore.
Stopped in at Winnipeg and toured the Legislature Building with the Golden Boy on top. Very impressive building and very nice guard to greet us. ...
... for a visit. So we headed over to Kneale Avenue. I remembered the address after all these years. Virginia and Art looked good - I hope I look as good when I get to that age. We spent three hours with them talking about old times and the fun we had. I also got updated on where their children were located. They raised their children to be independent with one daughter living in Australia, one son in Germany, and one daughter in Reno, Nevada. ...
... in far off fields.
Ancient wooden fences bordering rail beds
That haven’t been used in years.
Green and gold grain fields
Tapestry the land.
A sense of solitude infuses the soul.
Prairie free camping on a gently rolling hill.
Saskatchewan really showed us what the prairies are like – vast open spaces, farms ...