Royal Oak Inn
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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Later this evening as we explored downtown Brandon. The feel of such small cities always interests me. We were surprised to see much of the parkland underwater, from the overflowing Assiniboine River. This latest flood happened in July and this is what it still looks like near the end of September.
On the way back to camp, a cute little chapel, nestled between a truck repair shop and a coffee shop, and ...
... little rain, and could reach Brandon Manitoba without problem.
I stopped for fuel at the town of Whitewood Saskatchewan and took some photos.
The most important news is that Mike McTaggart, who has been travelling from Meaford, Ontario, has been able to meet up with me in Brandon, Manitoba. We have not really ...
... swinging bridge in Canada. So I can tick that off my list! On Saturday, Michelle, Kenzie and I went to Clear Lake - about an hour drive north of Brandon. We had a lovely lunch and walked around town. It's very much a summer vacation spot with many families spending most weekends in summer there in their cabins. It was beautiful and the closest place I could think of at home would be Mallacoota. Lots of boats with tubing and a ...
March 19/2014 After a two hour drive we finally made it to the airport, checked our backpacks, said our goodbyes, and a couple of tears later we were through security waiting to board our plane. Next stop Paris! Following a plane ride that felt like it would never end we landed in a new, sunny, and beautiful place just waiting for us to explore it. When we finally made it to the Young & Happy hostel in the Latin quarter it was time to storm the streets ...
... with me. A micofibre towel to use for showering, solid shampoo and conditioner to avoid explosions in my backpack, merino wool clothing to keep me warm and dry in the different climates that we'll be in, a jacket that folds up inside itself to save space, and I have also modified my 65L pack so I can carry my sleeping bag without taking up too much space! Stress? Of course I am stressed! Our pounds and euros still have not come into ...