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This hotel sucks the big one.
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... were getting some snow fall on this day. On our journey we stopped at Marina's sister home and had a tour through her beautiful home. I also got to see her parents place, which is a beautiful place that looks like a show room home, one of those homes you get in House and Home. Then we want to have something to eat and Marina took me to a unusual place that is inspired by the Finland culture. It was a restaurant that had saunas ...
Leaking roof, no furnace and a meowing cat but we made it out the door, leaving behind 3 foot snow banks and not a care in the word knowing our awesome neighbours and family would help the cat and fill the pellet stove:) We drove to Thunder Bay without any problems. The roads were clear and somewhat dry. We pulled into Mike Gavel's place ...
... to hills. Bring them on!
The thank you's:
I am continually grateful to family and friends, old and new for your emails and blog comments, I know what busy lives you lead and I appreciate the time spent keeping in touch. Logging on to read messages is one of the highlights of my day.
Huge thanks too for brightening my day to Daniel, Edie, Bob and Gail (especially for the bear spray, hope I don't need it), Sydney, Joe, Jean, John, Tony, Peter and Artuhr, fellow ...
... much food. We will have to get them to cut back to providing only a cookie for break and what we got for break yesterday for lunch today.
Wish I was able to type a little faster, this computer time is costly.
I will atempt to add some photos but I may be running short of time.
Love to you all
... The Falls would be impressive any time but the volume of water flowing was amazing. While walking down the road a deer bounded out of the wooded area and along the other side of the road.
We haven't had any cell phone service for the past few days so felt out of touch and it was good to reconnect today. We leave for Manitoba Friday am and plan to take a couple of days to reach Riding Mountain National Park.