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... and emus which was good for them to see. And the tigers and lions were really good to see - they are building new enclosures for them so unfortunately they were in small cages but were good to see. After the zoo, Michelle kind of gave me a driving tour around Winnipeg before dropping me at the hostel. Winnipeg is quite nice in the suburbs - not sure what it's like in winter but it could be horrible with it being so cold. Once at the hostel I relaxed for a bit ...
... Lord Selkirk brought a party of Scottish settlers to Winnipeg. The shift from trapping and hunting to agriculture began. The Cree Indian words "win" which is muddy and "sniper" which is water gave this Province its name.
We crossed the border at Pembina, North Dakota and drove to Grand Forks, North Dakota staying at the Holiday Inn Express. We had dinner at Ruby Tuesdays with Don and ...
... hasn't mastered any feminine gestures or walking style yet. I keep well clear of this weird little trio from Oregon.
It was great to get off my feet for awhile. I tended to my blisters and even got to read one of the zillion novels I uploaded before I left & listened to some movies whilst watching Canada float by. I really relished my ability to escape from the group.
It is a funny little group, I mostly hang with the ...
... shovel enough that we could drive into the driveway. Home.....Unload the van......Where did we accumulate all this stuff. some stuff like the rocks we will get in the spring, because from the ice and snow by Forth Worth area, the compartments were frozen shut. Oh well no hurry. A breather for this evening then tomorrow will be the clean up of everything from the van. Always good to go on holidays and good to get home.
... flock to see this spectacle each year, and it's not hard to see why. After a guide had shown us through, we had a chance to hear about the real gift Christmas is all about, and after this hot drinks and delicious home baked snacks were offered (I was told by one of the organizers that they had over 100 volunteers who baked for the event.)
After this, I farewelled Sandra, her husband Kelly, brother Ron and son Sammy, and decided I still had time to make a ...
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