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Travel Blogs from Thunder Bay
... trying to clean off some mud I slice open the index finger of my left hand and it begins to bleed. I have nothing to wrap it with so Jim goes back to the truck for at least a Kleenex. When he gets back, I wrap the finger and then we do another wash with a brush. I don’t want to commit to buying these until we know how much they weigh. The lady in the gift shop weighs the pieces. The largest is five pounds, and the two smaller ones are seven ...
... making our way toward the main fort gate. We still take a peak into the apothecary where we engage in a conversation with a role player who shows us medical equipment from the era ad some of the things used in treatment – copper sulfate for the treatment of foot root and amber (which was melted into liquid) to be used as a type of wound protection.
We make our way out of the park and go to where we met the role player first ...
... 8220;Would that be Falcon Lake?” I ask. “Yep,” says Jim. “A lake by Manitoba standards.” And then at the very same time we both blurt out, “An ocean by Alberta standards!” We roar with laughter. We are soon passing by West Hawk Lake, another Manitoba recreation area in the Whiteshell Park. It is to our right but not visible from the road. By this time we are at the Manitoba/Ontario border and about 55 kms to ...
... world. Smiles. Hugs. Sharing. These are really important ways of communicating with human kind.
We learned so much observing how people do things differently. We loved being surprised by what we did not know. Curiosity is a wonderful thing! It is wonderful to "wonder".
Real food grown by people is important. How we grow that food and what kind of food we grow are equally important pieces of this puzzle. We are so used to having it all, whenever we ...
... helping out at Michele’s Pop Up Store
shopping at the Portage Drive dump OOO LAH LAH!
hosting the family BBQ
watching my dad nail a 28 in crib in his 82nd year!
enjoying the sauna ....and salt rubs.....and jumping in the lake
We hosted our friends from Spain both on their arrival and departure and had a lovely time. Vierna, their daughter, is such a treat! They are back home now...back to their lives...and ...
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