Here on the internet, time and space get crunched, so in back-to-back posts we’re going from the heat of Las Vegas to the icy temperatures of northern Manitoba. You’d better bundle up.
No visit to Winnipeg is complete without a visit to The Forks, a public space located where the Assiniboine meets the Red River. This is a place where First Nations, fur traders, Metis, and settlers have gathered and traded for centuries, and is now a popular place for both locals and tourists to visit. You can read more about the site’s fascinating history here.