Red Lion Inn
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... I gather napkins and straws and find us a table. He brings the food over. I cut the burger in half and try to bite into it without dripping. “This is going to be trouble,” I say. I see the bag from Jim’s fries and tuck the half burger into the bag. This works like a charm and I am able to eat without messing up my clothes. The food is very good, as usual. I must be hungry because I finish the entire thing and ...
... though; it is more like snoozing. The alarm comes on at 9:00 and I do get up this time for real. Jim is still sleeping so I take advantage of the time to do what I need to do to get myself ready. I wake Jim at 9:15. His phone is his main concern. He picks it up and discovers that it has not charged at all through the night; he is beyond frustrated and turns off the phone completely and puts it back on to charge. It appears to be charging correctly. Let’s ...
... into an apple only to find it unappetizing so I discard it and take the second and cut into it as well. This one is good, but I drop an entire quarter of it onto the floor. “So much for a whole apple,” I say.
The apple really seems to perk me up and we are soon less than an hour from Regina. We chit chat back and forth as we drive and it doesn’t seem to take long before we are entering Regina and preparing to take ...
Grandpa and Grandma pick us up at home and drive us to the airport in Winnipeg. We go on a plane to Calgary first. We wait there on our next flight to Amsterdam. I get to play my iPad mini a lot today!
In Calgary we go in a big airplane that can bring us across the ocean. We sit all the way in the back at row ...
... lever, behind him was a mat being dragged along which he could step on and increase the drag. He showed us all this jus in case he fell off. He said this happened very very rarely.
Another dog sled arrived with 6 dogs, much to the excitement of the resident dogs. This was required because there were 24 of us, and so we could have the two sleds take 4 people around the circuit at a time. The circuit took about 10 mins to complete, It was still light ...
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