The day started out bright and sunny. We decided that since we are travelling alone this year that we would make lots of calls today and so stopped to see lots of businesses along the way. Some people remembered us from last year’s trip and to some it is new. We stopped to see the giant Canada goose in Lundar and learned a bit of the history of why the Canada goose represents this great little community.
In Eriksdale, we stopped to see the beautiful murals around the town. Some depict how things were back in the day and some are just fun.
Eriksdale has a very nice community campground with 12 sites including 3 pull through ones. No power but a nice quiet spot to pull off the highway and relax for an evening.
We carried on through to The Narrows. This is, as the name suggests, the narrowest point of Lake Manitoba and the highway goes across at this point. We stopped at the resort there and talked to some local fishermen by the marina and had a great time watching the pelicans that seemed to enjoy hanging around. They were hoping that the fishermen would help them find their supper!