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Blogger lists 101 roadside sights now not to be overlooked on Manitoba avenue journeys

Written by Dennis Bailey

There are nevertheless some summer season weekends left earlier than the youngsters cross lower back to elegance, and if you’re strolling out of things to hold them busy, a Winnipeg mother has you blanketed.

Local blogger and mom of two, Carmen Kaephler, has created a list of one zero one Manitoba roadside points of interest — all inside a few hours of the town — for families to visit earlier than the snow flies.

The listing, posted on her Macaroni Kid blog, has the sights — like Lundar’s goose and the world’s biggest curling rock in Ashern — organized via how some distance a pressure they’re from Winnipeg.

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“It’s how I keep my kids happy inside the car,” said Kaehler, who is originally from The Pas and has fond reminiscences of preventing at the outsized statues whilst her circle of relatives might power to the town.

“People are usually satisfied for something amusing to do and I assume human beings like road trips — particularly ones which can be inside an hour or so outside the metropolis.”

While she hasn’t been to every attraction at the listing, Kaephler says she and her daughters, six-year-old Charlie and 3-12 months-vintage Judy, had been to pretty some.

She said the sometimes atypical and always interesting systems may be a totally welcome sight on long own family avenue trips.

“It has to have been dad and mom who got here up with the concept of this kind of points of interest,” she laughed.

“If your kids are whatever like mine you need a breather and a chance to stretch your legs.

“We really want these statues so youngsters can get out and look and mother and father don’t pass insane.”

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