Morris Stampede Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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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, ...
2 long days of driving. It is now Saturday afternoon. Gump and I are chilling by the pool at the Marriott Hotel in Winnipeg, just West of downtown, just North of Portage. In a few hours we will walk to Hooters for a snack and a beer. They have a bus to tonight's football game, so our rental (a Chrysler Town & Country mini van) will get a much needed rest. Gump drove to my house Friday morning where we had breakfast, and got on the highway by ...
... the living room on two couches! Some people find that they would much rather play their music out loud or try and say as many words as loudly as they can in a short amount of time while the rest of us are frantically trying to get work done... So I am a fourth way through my book and it is going to be hard to find time to read the rest. I guess I am now officially a university student haha!
On Saturday night a bunch of us went to the music festival. We saw Royal Canoes, ...
... and to take a short walk up and down the boarding platformat a 15-minute unexpected stop late afternoon yesterday. Overall, yesterday was a rather quiet, dreary and drizzly day, but was fine after the late train departure and the few hours of sleep the night before. By the way, last night's sleep was great! You'd be surprised to know that the bunk beds are extremely comfortable. Together with the motion of the train (despite a few noticeable jerks), both of us slept like the best ...
As we barreled down the Manitoban highway, we crossed the center of Canada and then drove a half hour into Ontario were we went to a Native Reserve and the people there took us and our gear across one of the many lakes in Lake of the Woods. We arrived at Pioneer Camp, a canoe camp and unloaded our bags into cabins. One for all nine girls and another for the three boys. That night we talked about boys, our cities and our families.
In the morning we ...