Morris Stampede Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
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Friday in Winnipeg I looked after some maintenance items. The new vehicle came with a hitch that was sitting too high which meant the trailer wasn't traveling level. That means the frig couldn't run off propane on the road so I had to move the food from the frig to my cooler each day. So my first stop was at Bell Hitch in Headingly, a shop which had been recommended by cousins Gary and Mona. They were incredibly knowledgable ...
... on a three hour tour of the Assinoboine River!! Louise and I got hung up on a rock and had to be rescued lol. Hope it's not an omen for what is to come on our kayak tour! Went to dinner at a waterfront restaurant called Muddy Waters...went for a walk along the waterfront and went for a pee at a waterfront bridge restaurant...had a beer there too ...
... size of a squirrel. Very loud chippering. Day 1. Drove from home to Spragge. Ok site. East of assault Ste. Marie. On day 2 Mike and Dan went fishing. Only caught 1 bass so they let it go. Day 3 Drove to west of Thunder Bay. Day 4 Went to Fort William historical park. It was. Living museum, of. Fur trading Fort. Awesome. In the evening went to kakbeke falls. Beautiful. Day 5 Drove to West of ...
... in the multi-talented band. They are playing a free concert at Vancouver Jazz Festival, June 20, 3:45 pm at Library Plaza. Strongly recommended! I approached the younger guitar player after the show to find out when he was playing Vancouver. Turns out he (Alec Frith) attended Langdale Elementary up to grade 6. His father is Jeremy Frith who was active in local politics when they lived on the Sunshine Coast. He is now living in New Brunswick. ...
Dressed as a Stampeder fan, I feel like I am in enemy territory, here in Manitoba's capital city. I walk in to Tim Hortons on game day, all in red, and all conversation stop on a dime. The nerve, their cold eyes say! Truth be told, the fans and local are all good sports and friendly hosts. At Hooters, on the football bus, and all around us at our seats in Investors Group Field: there was friendly rivalry and teasing, nothing more. These fans, however, ...