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... of Winnipeg. But we did not expect Chicago to be so warm. Thankfully we did not have to spend much time outside, only a short few minutes taking the shuttle from concourse C (where we landed) to concourse F where our departing flight to Winnipeg was. Our flight was at 1pm local time (which was one hour behind Boston), and we had about 2 hours to kill. We grabbed some lunch and waited at the gate.
The plane from Boston to Chicago was a Airbus 300, with decent ...
... It is an old school photo of Barry, so I pick up another, it is a photo of Jim at maybe 9 or 10 years old. I prop it up and snap a photo of it.
The guys have come in and the talking and laughing continue. I can’t keep it a secret any longer so I show Jim the photo I took of the photo in the bedroom. “Where did you find that?” he asks me. “In here,” I tell him and start down the hall toward the bedroom and he follows ...
... the 1948 Stitson aircraft that is sitting in a field beside the track. It taxis out into the field and then turns around , throttles up and takes off just above the train cars and flies along beside us as we roll along. We also wave to the penny farthing bicyclist as he disappears down the road. Within an hour we are back at the station and the ride is over. We take a walk through the station house and then head toward the truck but happen upon ...
... a strange port. There is a sawmill you almost have to drive thru to get to the port. Only a few questions and we were free to go. He asked if we lived in Alaska. Nope. He then said" Oh you were just lucky and rented a motor home with Alaska plates!" We smuggled eggs and bear spray! Criminals for sure.
Our route was Lake of the Woods,which is over 100 ...
... Virden MB then pushed in to Saskatchewan. I am now in Regina, checked in for the night at Chateau Regina, just off the Trans Canada and surrounded by plenty of bars to watch Monday Night Football ( Houston Texans vs Pittsburgh Steelers, both 3-3). I had a swim and a read by the pool. We are about to venture out for one last evening on the town: football, junky food, draft beer and lots of laughs. Meeting people is also one of the great pleasures ...
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