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... was disappointed not to have met any tumbleweed. I don't know how far away the nearest city to Winnipeg is but it feels very far away somehow.
I was slightly nervous about Winnipeg as, when I announced it as one of my stops over breakfast in the Charlottetown hostel, the advice I received was to go from the train station directly to my accommodation in Winnipeg and stay there until it was time to catch the train again. This precaution was to ...
... everything from Lorde and Bastille to Springsteen and Indigo Girls...it was quite a scene...and there may be a video of car singing to John Legend...but I will spare you...I will save it for you Sara & Tay :)
Made it to Winnipeg in record time and was welcomed with a big Ottawa hug from Charlie. Was so nice to see a familiar face after a few nights of shady motels and lone driving. Charlie is our old neighbor from Russell who spent hours walking ...
... truth I just felt so blessed to have such a lovely place and people to spend time with at Christmas. As Susan had told me, it was loud and fun and everyone talking and catching up at once, and in no time we were seated at the huge dining tables, now groaning with the food Susan and Jason had been preparing for a large portion of the day, as well as copious amounts their relatives had brought. Susan has Ukrainian heritage, so among the many dishes on offer I was ...
... what ship is in port what day, and how many passengers are on board. Those will likely be our beach days, or for sure, days we do things NOT on the cruise ship itinerary.
I've learned that prices go up when the ship is in port, and service seems to diminish. Cram in as many people as possible because they all have to be back on the bus in two hours. Not my idea of fun.
The next few days will be ...
... had a lot of his movie memorabilia. The drive then took us through Deadwood, Lead and Spearfish Canyon then back to Rapid City. Monday morning brought back the bad weather with intermittent showers alternating between snow and rain. Dennis and Kathy took us to Rapid City because Mick wanted to see Cabelas, an out door hunting, fishing and camping store. Think of a shop the size of Bunnings but full of outdoor stuff instead of hardware. We then went into Rapid City down town ...