Travelodge Winnipeg East
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First off... sorry about the pun.
After a challenging night, Winnipeg has rallied and redeemed itself (mostly). At a pub with sad hockey fans, I noticed the coaster under my iced tea.
There was a Salvador Dali exhibit at WAG.
And it was amazing.
Most people know Dali for his melting clocks and crazy moustache. And those both are ...
... crossing the Rockies have seen the film in Victoria, however these days there are two routes through the Mountains, the original which goes south from Kamloops and goes to Banf which is only used by the Rocky Mountaineer and freight and the northern route which was the one this time taking us to Saskatoon. We seemed to follow a number of valleys with no spectacular cuttings or bridges. Only one distant mountain with snow.
We arrived at Jasper only 2 hrs late at 6:00pm, We all ...
INTRODUCTION STORY When a body not so able stays alone in one place for months and years, the mind will indeed travel. The heart will long for a travel companion and the soul a mate. This woman, the one who has taken the long bumpy road called Faithful for 35 years, eventually lost her connection to most of her life as it once had been. Illness, weakness, losses and grieving were her world, where once it had been filled with laughter, creativity and fellowship.. Soon her heart and ...
... adjacent to our gate and to hang out with one another. Karl Follhoffer wandered through the group getting everyone to sign a large Canada flag that he brought along. I drew some students' attention to the quote I noticed was imprinted around the circumference of a British pound, "Nemo me impune lacessit." After some prompting, they recalled that it was a quote from Edgar Allan Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado." We boarded our Winnipeg-Toronto flight ...
... resident bear, Hudson, was in a smaller set of cages which didn't make for a great viewing experience.
No bears, wolves, ghosts, turkeys, or even human rights museums, but we did have a great Canadian train journey, dipped our fingers in Hudson Bay, saw the aurora borealis, made some new friends, and got to spend a couple of days in the Slurpee Capital of the World. It's starting to cool dramatically so it's time to join the Canadian Snowbirds and head for warmer climes.