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Day 2 in Winnipeg was all at Assiniboine Park. In the morning we strolled round the English Garden and the Leo Mol sculpture park. Delightful setting! Then, after a picnic lunch, be biked over to the Zoo. We debated spending the $17.50 each to get in, but are glad we did. There are still questions of course, about the morality of keeping wild animals in captivity, but for the most part the enclosures were large and the animals ...
... Gump is in love with the waffle machine. It is now 10:30 AM and I am enjoying having the room to myself, reading today's Winnipeg Free Press and watching the pre-game NFL chatter. Gump is driving around the are, looking for a Catholic Church and a Sunday service. In an hour my godson Steve will be by for a lunch and conversation. I am guessing it has been 4 years since we got together; very excited to see him! The sun is shining. It is going to be a great ...
... because she can't possibly be in the same country still. Funnily enough, they scrapped the Sunday tea idea.
A nice little story there to illustrate the fact that Canada is huge, and you really notice that when you're on a train for two nights like I was, and to prove that at some point this month I was in Winnipeg. I realise I've been a bit slack with the blogging recently but, to be perfectly honest, I've been doing other things.
... I catch up with Claire tomorrow in Banffffff.
For some reason I can not sign up to 'skydrive' and that appears to be the only program that this blog allows - so I still have not been able to get my pics up - don't worry you will get to see them - I have only been in Canada for a week and already am at the ~500 mark!
Lots of love to all - I am off to explore Jasper. Next blog I will tell you about Winnipeg.
... to experience it first hand a number of times here every year!
All too soon it was time to say our goodbyes, for one last time. We had a great group photo together, which you can see in the blog. It was really cool to end our time together with something non school related, and outside of school, it'll be a great memory for us all, hopefully. After this I went and consoled myself with some retail therapy in The Bay and bought a beautiful deep blue jumper with ...
Other places to stay in Nunavut
The Astro Hill Terrace, Iqaluit | 3 star hotelfrom $215
807 Aiviq Street, Iqaluit | Hotelfrom $181
1036 Ring Road, Iqaluit | 3 star hotelfrom $155
Box 387, Iqaluit | 3 star hotelfrom $119
Box 40 NU X0C 0G0, Rankin Inlet | Hotelfrom $197
P.O. Box 53, Nunavut | Hotelfrom $135
3618 McAvoy Rd., Box 820, Nunavut | Hotelfrom $149