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... br> We've budgeted out our cash, packing our stuff (and hoping not to forget anything), and will be calling for a 4 AM cab after pulling an all nighter. Sound familiar? Check our last trip to Belize. Same deal.
"There is nothing new under the sun", except for us, tanning in 36 hours on a beach on the Caribbean, enjoying a Belikin.
We'll try to keep you as updated as we have time and internet access.
... could see the human attendants. This as you can imagine was very stressful for all concerned, so they soon enclosed each cell in cement block, so the bear is in darkness. He or she is kep there for 30 days only being given ice and then airlifted well away from the area.
The bears around Churchill are the longest studied in the world. Apparently it is around this part of Hudson Bay where the winter ice starts forming, so bears start coming into the area ...
Driving from Arnes to Winnipeg takes about 2 hours driving the rig and towing our Honda. Mileage is awful - like 10 miles per gallon.....so we travel at 90 km maximum to get the best fuel mileage we can. We can't really scout around for the cheapest gas because, more importantly we need a gas station large enough to easily drive our 53' of motorhome plus car and be able to get in and out without taking out a gas pump! The highway in ...
... continue to drive along famed route 66 to Sedona. Once there we'll check into a creepy backwoods butterfly cabin Sarah has mysteriously booked for us.
Side note: Sarah has an extreme, life-long fear of winged insects, specifically moths. Her fear is that they'll spontaneously fly into her mouth . I imagine it will be a quiet night with Sarah pacing or rocking back and forth in the corner. I hope to see lots of butterflies and gently coax them towards her mouth when ...
... to me "Are you sure you want that trolley?' I then looked down and realized nothing in it was what we'd chosen, ha ha, doh! It gave all of us a good laugh, even if it was at my expense. Loaded with goodies, Janis (who had come along to scout out desserts for the party, which she and Monica were generously providing) and I headed for the car in the freezing cold and another evening was over.
Thursday night Christi and I had a return visit to Steve's Bistro ...