Super 8 Warroad
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Very hard to sightsee with the low cloud cover and buckets of rain. Stopped just before Winnipeg to take a picture of a great white horse at St. Francis Xavier. Native folklore.
Stopped in at Winnipeg and toured the Legislature Building with the Golden Boy on top. Very impressive building and very nice guard to greet us. ...
... We had great visit with Art and Virginia. Again, I forgot to take pictures - the camera was in the truck - my BAD. We also had a chance to explore TRF. I found the house that Don and Tress lived. I also seen the candy store which is now an Edward Jones Investment office. We also stopped at the beach part on the Thief River. We enjoyed our visit to TRF and headed back to Detroit Lakes.
Chuck and Sheila Noel.
... treat last night, Thursday, as we attended a play of the wizard of oz put on by Graces school. She was the tin man for the most part. It was a good performance.
We will not blog again until we have moved on. We will check emails though. Take care for now!
... in far off fields.
Ancient wooden fences bordering rail beds
That haven’t been used in years.
Green and gold grain fields
Tapestry the land.
A sense of solitude infuses the soul.
Prairie free camping on a gently rolling hill.
Saskatchewan really showed us what the prairies are like – vast open spaces, farms ...
... attractions, the cleanliness and hospitality was exceptional. My perception is that these African countries will continue to grow, but have challenges, as they deal with increasing populations which are becoming more educated, and more connected with cell phones and the Internet. The migration of people, both blacks and whites, between the countries ...