Travel Blogs from Yorkton
And back to life as it once was!
Yet changed just a bit by a little thing called travelling.
"I have wandered all my life, and I have also traveled; the difference between the two being this, that we wander for distraction, but we travel for fulfillment." Hilaire Belloc
... Within days of your arrival, you will be akin to a built-in predator alarm. Surely you'll scare them away with one look; especially so with just one sniff.
On Saturday, August 4th, Mom and I will embark on a three week journey to Hungary. This blog will allow us to bring you along while we hunt down train stations, immerse ourselves in awe-inspiring ...
... I commented ‘it’s just like on Titanic,’ but revoked my statement as soon as I realised I may have jinxed our journey; I was reassured by one of the class-makers by the fact that we were ‘okay, [because] this isn’t its maiden voyage.’
We were quick to get back on the train to claim our spots at lunch, and enjoyed a lovely salmon and avocado wrap followed by a too-rich slice of chocolate cake, but ...
... and sunflowers were most noticeable. I have never seen sunflowers for as far as the eye can see before. What a sight. "Children of the Sunflower".
It is unseasonably cool here so I believe we may use the services of a hotel or motel or hut at a part rather than camp. All I can say is - "It's a hard life".
Had a great visit with an old friend I have not seen in over 23 years. Very nice evening.
Pictures will follow.
We left early this morning for Canada. We arrived in Manitoba after going through Customs at the boarder. We met two very nice ladies at the Welcome center, who enlightened us to some flea markets in Winnepeg. After praying with the ladies (one especially that had some health problems) we left for the flea markets.
We spent quite a bit of time to find out that none of them were there and all were closed. Oh well we got to see the city which I wasn't very impressed.