Budget Host Caribou Inn
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... the Corolla, then she'll maybe go a it faster. Starting KMs 197619 Finish KMs 198587 Total traveled 968 Storm seems to be leaving, about 10c, just right for sleeping. Later another major thunderstorm. Oh, I didn't tell you I saw a flock of American White Pelicans, just like in Florida this past winter. This bird has I believe the second largest wing span, behind the condor, check it ...
... of 8600 people. That is similar to the population when I was a kid. TRF has a number of big employers - Artic Cat, Digikey, and the railroad. When we arrived in TRF, we stopped at a gas station and asked for the telephone book. Sure enough we found Art and Virginia's phone number. I was a bit apprehensive about calling them without a bit of notice, but that fear went away when Virginia told me it was so good to hear from me and that we should ...
... coaches to the friendly diner.
As per usual a wonderful menu of soup's and main meals were to be had and of course the grand desert.
The staff in here and the rest of the train certainly work extremely hard to keep this train going. The chief's and dining staff are at work non stop in order to keep all 190 passengers fed. All food is also cooked on site in the kitchen car.
Just as we finish lunch an announcement is made that we ...
... to stay we were both exhausted, and after an easy meal of ravioli, we snuck off to be unsocial in our room and watch some gotham and game of thrones.
Sunday was freezing! The old guy, Bill, that ran the guest house told us it was meant to snow today. Surely not. It's May long weekend, the first weekend of the summer season. No way it will snow! But outside it sure felt like it could snow! Definitely a museum day. With only ...
... the Voyageurs National Park. The first visitor center was closed still, but the Rainy Lake one was open. And it was very rainy. It is really pretty, and I am sure in the summer full of boats. We walked down to the boat landing. There are no roads thru the park. You have to hike or go by water.
Our border crossing was quick and easy. Fort Frances is ...