Last night we camped at the gorgeous Aaron Provincial Park just past Dryden, ON. It rained on us most of the time, but there were a few clear moments and one kick-ass rainbow.

I left a copy of “Water Buffalo” by the visitor map.

We stopped in Ignace, ON (pop 1,300 according to the sign) for breakfast. The Wayside truck-stop diner turned out to be a popular place for locals having Sunday breakfast. We chatted with a nice older couple and did our best to convince them to visit Vancouver Island. I left “Perspective” outside the local grocery store.


Winnipeg, Manitoba

We drove from Regina to Winnipeg on Thursday, and have been recuperating at a relative’s house for a few days. They live in a beautiful neighbourhood near downtown Winnipeg. We have enjoyed a few exploratory walks, but mostly just slept and rested. Winnipeg seems like a vibrant city. Not surprisingly, I honed in on some local bookstores. (In an act of true heroism I did not buy any books to load into our already overloaded van.)

During our drive here I wrote “Botany” looking out the car window. We left a couple of copies on some lampposts here.

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