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... time. We leave there at 3:30 and we are again at loose ends.
“How about a drive through Assiniboine Park,” I suggest. “I was just thinking that,” says Jim. We head over to the Park. It might have been nice to go visit the zoo but there is a lot to see and the amount of time needed is more than we have available. As we drive I suggest that we go and visit Lesleigh’s grandmother Lorraine, ...
... little hamlets here and there. When we are finally able to travel at the speed limit the kilometers pass under us quickly. I take the time to send a text message to my cousin who has a summer place at out at Winnipeg Beach as well to tell her that we are coming out. She had already heard from my sister that we were going out there and that we wanted to visit with her so we just confirm that we will visit with her but can’t put a time on it because we ...
... a large coffe and then attempts to order a breakfast sandwich on a bagel with only bacon and egg. The girl behind the counter keeps referring to it as a BELT and we both argue that it is not a BELT so the girl removes the lettuce and tomato from the order, although this does not change the price and breakfast sandwiches are less expensive than the BELTs. We have already spent at least 10 minutes trying to successfully communicate with the ...
... the festivities. Not sure how the youngest in the crowd couldn't make it to midnight (with a nap before hand).
Long faces, and "I don't want to go back" were spoken, as well as "I understand". There was no applause as the wheels touched down, and "welcome to Winnipeg" by the pilot was met with a sarcastic comment echoed by those seated in front.
The trip was great, and when C asked me what my favorite ...
... sometime later a lunch break. Owen had brought a light lunch (roll and juice and wine if required) which was all we needed. We saw Canada geese and snow geese the latter are considered a pest since they eat the roots of the plants hence when they settle on an area, they eat all the vegetation and leave it as bare ground - a bit like locusts I suppose. We also saw sand hill cranes.
After lunch we saw our second bear about 200m away and also sleeping, ...
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