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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... is nowhere to turn around. It is a stunning sight and I take a couple of pictures out my window. As we round yet another curve we see a doe and her young fawn on the left side of the road. Jim slows down and I reach for the camera but before I can get it operational they have both disappeared into the forest. We continue down the road until we find the road that goes to Thunder Bay Lookout.
The sign says that Thunder Bay Lookout is 9 kms ahead ...
... the parking lot and then right at the lights," Brenda tells Jim from the back seat. “Then turn right on John Street.” Jim follows the instructions to the letter. “Why do you do so well when someone other than me is directing you?” I ask. He looks at me and grins. Is it because when she uses left and right she means left and right not the other left and right? We laugh. “Yes, that’s why,” he answers and we ...
... all this the road passes under our wheels and we keep moving. We are about two-thirds of the way to Vermillion Bay when a sign catches our interest – “Last Spike at Feist Lake.” We find the access into this little rest stop with the historic plaques that tells the story of a rail line that was build prior to the CPR to connect Thunder Bay to the Red River. This line was then transferred to the CPR.
After Vermillion Bay is ...
... his life to to build a log home there. It has been eleven years since he started and because he had a good job and his brother alod had a good position with the rail line he had been able to get the heavier supplier to build his cabin up to where he needed it. They travel into Winnepeg, ( where they were headed now) to collect a few months of supplies to take back with them. they shared pictures ...
... OH.... Mike spent the morning on the phone....sorted it out...and we would be flying out less than one day later through Swiss Air. Thank goodness for "speaker phone".
We left on April 2nd and it was an early squirrely morning (4 a.m. I believe). We checked our bikes and our 2 bags and crossed our fingers in the hope that they would arrive in Barcelona when we did. But....it’s all part of the fun of traveling....you just never ever know what will happen ...