Days Inn & Suites Winkler
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Winkler
... of the oil boom in the western part of the state. We continued north on 1-29 and went through customs at the Canadian border. We noted that they scanned our global entry cards. Winkler where our Leisure Travel RV is made is only about 50 miles from the border. It is a somewhat booming Mennonite town south of Winnipeg. We spent the night and had a minor repair made to our RV's suspension system.
... Easter long weekend. On Good Friday we went to my brother’s for a big dinner and reunited with my immediate family, Grandpa & Grandma Neufeld, and Aunty Kelly and Uncle Garry. Our four nieces have all grown so much! Other than Macy, who was a baby when we left on our trip but is now a toddler, the nieces remembered us and seemed excited to see us.
We’ve gradually been reconnecting with friends and ...
... a silo and dryer setup massive around 300000 bushels and it was a private farmer who owned it. Lots of great silo set ups, unbelievable. Herb also took us to some of the older villages he is helping to restore, amazing workmanship. We were really impressed, Angus plans to come and work for Herb when he finishes his carpentry apprenticeship. We hope to go back and visit again. Thanks for a great ...
I've never been a fan of reality TV, but I think the last few days would make a good episode. You know how renovation shows and aspiring chef shows always have this fake time pressure to generate suspense? ("They’re down to the last couple hours or minutes! Oh no – a setback! Will they make it by the deadline?? Oh, the drama!") My goal was to have our house empty, clean ...
Every day I try to support the mom and pop shops by eating at independent restaurants and staying at independent motels. On Sunday morning, I stopped at a small dinner called Ma's Place because I was getting hungry and the parking lot was full at this old diner. I had a big breakfast with eggs, pancakes, bacon and potatoes for $4.59. The tables filled as quick as they were empty and the two waitresses worked like a tag team taking orders, delivering food ...