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... half the fries.
City Bread Bakery is the next stop and while we are there I remember the best bagels in Winnipeg are from Gunn’s Bakery which is not too far away so we go there next. I decide that fish, even smoked fish, is not a good idea since we still have a long trip ahead of us so we don’t go there; that will have to wait for another time. Our last stop is Laurel’s. I call her ahead and she says ...
... starts taking a charge.
We leave the house at 10:15, late again. I don’t think it will matter that much but I hate telling someone that we will be there at a certain time and then show up later than expected. I am also unsure of the road to take. There are two ways to get to where we are going, one is faster than the other but I can’t remember which one. Before we can get onto the highway we need to put gas into the truck first so we stop ...
... 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 ...
Well, we're home, but under protest. The only Keener was M, who ate and went skating the same night we got back. Freak.
The last few days on Isla were wonderful, and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves at the Playa Media Luna Hotel. Very nice accommodations.
The morning we were to head home was uneventful. We had the desk call a cab, we caught the water taxi on time, our ride through Canada Transfers was ...
... amp; I had our turn so I managed to took some good photos of the legs of the rear dogs. All in all a great night for our first day in Churchill.
Next day we had to go down Gypsy's for breakfast since we were in the Aurora Inn which didn't do meals.
At 10am we were picked up to be taken to the Polar Rovers (Tundra Buggies) for a day looking for polar bears on land. These are large 6 wheel contraptions each wheel is 2.5m diameter so it high off ...
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