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... delicious, followed by the macaroons. I thought of Robyn at this time, as when we travelled around Canada before, we always stopped at the Fairmonts for food as there was no way we could afford to stay there.
We are in sleepers on the train. Jenny is in the top bunk and I am on the lower with the big window and without the ladder to climb. We are only a couple of steps from the toilet and not many more from the shower. We are supplied with towels and bedding. ...
... up on my blog etc before going to Osborne Village for dinner with a local guy, Perry. We ended up at this pretty cool healthy burger place. Osborne Village is pretty trendy - some good restaurants and bars. After that, we walked down to the exchange district where the Winnipeg Fringe Festival was on which is pretty popular there. We had a few beers in the beer garden and listened to the local band playing that weren't horrible. Perry was an awesome host - gave me the ...
... for breakfast a couple of times) was the architecture. Winnipeg has taken care to preserve its buildings, rather than tearing them down and replacing them. Except the city hall that is. In the 1960s, one of Winnipeg's mayors decided he really didn't care for the beautiful building that was the city hall, and arranged to have it torn down and replaced with a lump of concrete. It did make me nostalgic for my university days I must admit. Other than ...
... injustices as my pain grew from what felt like blow after blow of absence and loss. Like David,I have cheated, lied, partaken in drunkenness, causing the death of precious relationships. There are 4 Psalms where David expresses Godly Sorrow in great and beautiful depth. Many of his emotions and thoughts match my own. I hold each of these psalms dear, and will quote a few expressions penned so very long ago. Ps. 6:6,7. 32:3-5. 38:3-8. Ch 51 WEARY WITH MY GROANING-TEARS-EYES WASTING ...
... The map says it's a two and a half hour ride, but I've been fooled before. I once drove the Durango Highway, Google maps says it's a three hour drive, and I guess on a normal road, doing a normal speed, that may have been the way the programs math works... I mean it was only 250kms. Six hours later...
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