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A bit of a drive to a place you can buy land for $125. But why would you want to live there? I'm not sure.

It is a little town SW of Brandon, MB. We visited the swinging bridge which takes you right to the museum and back into town. We visited the rock shop and got our pass to the gravel pit after a lesson on what to look for. We came back with bags of rocks yet to be put to use, and a couple of beauties for our rock garden.

We hiked to the old Oak in Victoria park and went to the live performance in The Plum tea room - what a hoot!

Cute little memory.

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