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Travel Blogs from Regina
... all prepared the turkey for dinner and got it in the oven at 2pm. We spent the afternoon playing games and drinking eggnog and bubbles. For Christmas dinner we had delicious turkey wrapped in bacon, with a hot dressing, gravy, yam and pecan dish, brussels sprouts and pumkin.. Yum yum!!! :) Angela made Pavlova with Kiwifruit on the top for pudding which was delicious but we were so full!! Going to sleep amazing ...
Josephine needed to return books to the library so I went with her to the University. We went to the library and walked through some of the campus. It is a beautiful setting. We took some photographs but I don't know how to add them. When we got back to the hotel, we picked up Maren and wen to the Panda for supper. It was starting to rain so ...
We traveled be bus to the Buddhist temple in honour of. . It is a beautiful shrine, right outside of Foster gardens. We toured the garden and saw a Bop tree, under which Buddha was given his inspiration. Not this particular tree but one like it. There are many tall beautiful trees and so many different types of palms. Only the ...
... with a big Swifts meat workes right next door. Endless rolling hills and little lakes with salt around them we even passed.a salt works some time after Medicine Hat. We also passed hundreds of little oil wells and gas wells, i wonder if the farmers get anything out of the oil on their land. Regina is a might town with just over 200 000 people seems to be there for agriculture will have to look up and see what else is happening there ...
... I met up with Ben another UK cyclist just as oblivious to the wind directions, in Winnipeg. He's following a similar route and we have cycled most of this stage together which has certainly made some of tough moments easier to cycle through.
It's also been a journey of small towns with big things, a 15 foot tall camel, looming on on the skyline at Glenboro turned out not to be a fevered hallucination but a sculpture commissioned by the town and named Sara.
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