Morris Stampede Inn
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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Watching the sun rise in Winnipeg this morning and Myra and I will be looking forward to seeing it set in Maui. Welcome to our travel blog. We will be sharing our trip with my sisters and thier husbands this year. Should be fun! Off to the hairdressers this morning to get the mullet updated and then on to the airport for a cavity search and bad food. More to ...
... in to the ground the wind protection is surprisingly effective. There is a huge variety of ethnic and comfort snacks. Attendance was 22,300, about 70 % capacity. An amusing tradition here: when the Bombers move the 10 yard markers up field, the announcer yells out: "So and so so charges up the field for 12 yards; that's annother Winnipeg....." and the crowd yells out in unison: "FIRST DOWN and in referee's stance, they all shoot out their arms ...
... wish to be negative, but Grenfell could be the entrance to Hell. This morning we walked over to the Esso Gas Station for breakfast, and Gump had a double A battery in his coffee. We just got up and left. I had my Calgary Stampeders shirt and hat on, which may or may not have had something to do with that bizarre encounter. We skipped lunch and drove 6 hours straight to this town. There is a ridiculous amount of road construction going on. There is ...
... in Burkina. Lots of dancing and hip swinging!
This morning we had to get up and out the door by 7:30am to catch the bus to go downtown to a Christian Learning centre for an all day class with a prof from the University of Winnipeg. We learned about West Africa politics and history. It was super cool! Burkina is the world's third poorest country and very little of the population is literate. The country is predominately Muslim, 56%, followed by an equal number of ...
... re-boarded VIA Canada Rail Train 1 and returned to Car 120, Cabin E, to read and write a bit before (You guessed it!) LUNCH!! With bright and scenic views of both citified and non-citified areas, we are now on our way and more than halfway through our travel to Jasper, where we will get off this train for stays in hotels and excursions in Jasper, Lake Louise and Banff before boarding our second train, The Rocky Mountaineer, for our final jaunt to Vancouver. Anticipated TOA ...