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This hotel sucks the big one.
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... could not seep into the soil and just ran off into every low spot in the area. I spoke to several people and they all commented on how good the fishing is here. The roads were having a lot of resurfacing done so they were in quite good condition. However the 90km speed limit was appropriate for these roads and made for slower going than usual. After a long day we arrived in Thunder Bay and we'll stay here for a couple of nights. ...
... for a break anyway. We woke up to a beautiful day, did some riding, the trails were not bad, we couldn't get far cause it was boggy/muddy, put on about 18 miles. Then found a nice private place close to the campground on the river to sit and enjoy the sun and ...
... use. So you can have a meal and then go and have a sauna afterwards. Yes I know strange ... but it is true and I got to see it. After lunch I was dropped off at the hospital to say hello to John who is currently in hospital. He is currently receiving treatment for symptoms he first presented with on Monday night and became aggressively more unwell. Resulting in him having to be taken to hospital by ambulance. We still don't know ...
... um "town" and find lunch. We ended up at Tim Horton's. Anyone who knows Patrick knows he hates Tim's. He will occasionally humour my Tim stops but overall he hates going there. So that tells you something about the selection of restaurants.
Our next stop was to see Winnie the Pooh. Why Winnie in the middle of nowhere? It turns out the White River was the home of the real bear ...
... with The Canadian Museum of Human Rights (yet to be opened) at the Forks National Historic Site. The architecture was something else. We thought Prince Charles might have been on the planning committee! The reason the name Forks is prominent is because its where the Red River joins Assinniboine River. The scenery has changed from flat or rolling prairie to Canadian Shield (trees, rocks and lakes).