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... to see recycling bins around the campground. We rarely found one in the US. Auburn was horrified that we had to throw cans and bottles out.
Later, I got my bitt kicked at “Uno” so I sent the kids to bed!
It’s good to be back on Canadian soil.
Today’s totals: 789.2km (8505.6 grand total)
one stress free border crossing
... road to the street that will become the Trans-Canada Highway. Once more we encounter construction and it lasts for almost the entire distance to the exit for the Highway. “That was relatively painless,” I comment. Jim agrees as we merge back onto the road. There are several large truck to our right and this causes Jim to miss the Winnipeg exit so we drive a bit further till we can correct this and do. We are more than ready for some ...
... the time they were folded down into uncomfortable seats. It didn’t matter as we spent all our time in the dining car, eating or up the back in the dome cars, talking. The train was full of travellers and travellers always have a story to tell. Everyone was going somewhere and until we reached Jasper and all the tourists got on we had a select crowd of Canadians and Americans.
The food on the train was amazing. I think I ate every scrap that was put in front ...
Dan and I picked up Mom and then Kathy and headed to the airport to catch our late morning flight on Delta to Minneapolis, Minnesota. We had a two and a half hour layover then took the midafternoon flight to Winnipeg, Manitoba. After we went through Customs, ...
... because she can't possibly be in the same country still. Funnily enough, they scrapped the Sunday tea idea.
A nice little story there to illustrate the fact that Canada is huge, and you really notice that when you're on a train for two nights like I was, and to prove that at some point this month I was in Winnipeg. I realise I've been a bit slack with the blogging recently but, to be perfectly honest, I've been doing other things.
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