GREAT MANITOBA POLAR BEAR TREK II - 2007

August 19 to September 12 2007

This Caravan is a celebration of Manitoba's Diversity:

The Caravan begins in Portage La Prairie with a kick-off "prairie church-basement supper" made famous at Expo 86 in Vancouver. In Brandon we tour the city and surroundings, and understand the importance of agriculture to the area. At the Ukrainian Festival in Dauphin I'll have my fill of perogies and cabbage rolls. Heading north, we'll stop at Swan River and The Pas. Arriving at Thompson, we'll tour the Inco mine and, leaving our rigs at the campground, board the HBR (Hudson Bay Railway) for the overnight trip to Churchill. A tour to the Polar Bear grounds and a Beluga Whale Cruise on Hudson Bay will bracket our two-days hotel stay on Manitoba's north coast. A hearty breakfast and a Northern Banquet will sustain us for the return train ride to our campground in Thompson. Heading south now through Grand Rapids and Gypsumville, we'll see the giant Pintail at Ashern. After a couple of relaxing days at Gimli on Lake Winnipeg, we'll head for the city of Winnipeg where we'll tour Old Fort Gary, Riel's grave, and the city itself. We'll follow this with a dinner cruise on the Assiniboine River. An optional tour of the nearby Triple "E" RV plant in Winkler will also be available.

Price: $3595.00 + GST per unit of two. $500.00 deposit on registration

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