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Sep 3, 2014 - Day 25 - Riding Mountain

Unfortunately, yesterday's sunshine disappeared and we awoke to yet another grey day and light rain. It's now 10:25, however, and there seems to be a little break, so we will ride our bikes to the camp office, visitor's centre and the town site to check out what's there. We spent about an hour and a half in the Wesagaming town site yesterday. Many of the wonderful old log buildings dating back to when the park first opened (1933-34) are still in use, but there are many new ones as well - shops, restaurants, cabins to rent, private cottages...

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Sep 2, 2014 - Day 24 - Birds Hill to Riding Mountain National Park

Left Birds Hill shortly after 10 AM and after doing a few errands, drove to Assiniboine Park and the Winnipeg Zoo, to see the new "Journey to Churchill" polar bear exhibit we had been reading about. It featured other northern animals as well - muskox, artic fox, tundra wolf, etc. and was very interesting. Unfortunately, it started to rain just as we finished touring the exhibit. We had foolishly neglected to bring either our raincoats or our umbrellas, so headed back to the RV without seeing the rest of the zoo or the Leo Mol Sculpture...

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Jul 18, 2007 - Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba

This morning we left Kamsack, SK via a curvy little gravel road that eventually tied into a narrow paved road that was equally as curvy and a lot of fun to ride. The scenery and terrrain began to change quickly with more and more treed areas and even a few hills! We entered Manitoba on a small secondary road just past Togo, SK then turned south on highway 83 to Roblin, Manitoba. At Roblin we stopped for lunch in an old train station converted to a cafe. A great atmosphere and very good food. A lot of people were leaving just after we...

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