River Gate Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We woke to a really heavy rain storm and decided to skip our morning walk through Island Park at Portage la Prairie. We consequently were rather slow getting moving but finally we headed off to Winnipeg. Still overcast here and threatening rain so we decided on an in-day as we educators call it. So off we went to the Royal Canadian Mint once we dropped off the trailer. After 3 ...
... 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 ...
Final day for home. Roads are clear so travel goes well until we are leaving Grand Forks and the weather starts blowing a bit. Once we got into Manitoba more blowing snow but manageable. The big surprise was when we got home and the grader when they cleared the snow left a row about 3 feet deep on our driveway. Kevin had tried to clear some of the snow but the snow blower had broken so he didn't get it all done. Stan had ...
... ll let the photos tell that part of the story, while I attempt to fill in the gaps here.
On December 1st I had all the joy and fun of decorating my first Christmas tree, or 'trimming' it, as they say sometimes over here, at my friend Jennifer's. We had a delicious roast dinner, and I had the chance to meet her lovely mum, and see Jen's daughter and her partner again. Chris just happens to be a South Aussie Danna met when Jen was on a teaching exchange in ...
Gird your loins this is going to be a big one. From wine, to cities, and the wild west to polar bears. The end of RVing. The drive from Penticton was scenic passing through the south western Rocky Mountains to the Fraser Valley. A couple of mountain passes, a few with snow and then heavily wooded valleys. The end of the day could have ended a bit better we had trouble finding the RV park. After a fruitless stressful search through the small town where we thought the park ...