Gumbo was visiting the beautiful Canadian Museum of Human Rights. The building is architecturally unique and looks at the history and understanding of Human Rights in Canada and throughout the world.
Gumbo was visiting this newly constructed museum, which highlights a collection ofmore than 90 aircraft important in Canadian aviation history.
DrFumblefinger came across this unusual fire hydrant while traveling through Winnipeg International Airport.
DrFumblefinger visits Oak Hammock Marsh, an restored prairie wetland near Winnipeg.
DrFumblefinger visits Lockport, home of the only boat lock on the Canadian prairies and a dam across the Red River of a unique and historic design.
DrFumblefinger came across this gigantic mallard duck while traveling along Lake Winnipeg's western shore.
DrFumblefinger spots a group of Canada Geese resting on the shore of a lake in eastern Manitoba, as they migrate south for the winter.
DrFumblefinger visits the Whiteshell River in Eastern Manitoba. The area is known for its fishing and wild rice harvests.
DrFumblefinger visits a popular tourist attraction on Lake Winnipeg, in Central Manitoba. Local residents transformed a drab cement wall into an interesting gallery of local themed art.
A chance to get lost in the snow as the world's largest snow maze opens in Manitoba.
DrFumblefinger makes a stop near the small farming town of Anola, to enjoy this field of harvested hay.
DrFumblefinger visits the Seven Sisters Hydroelectric generating station in eastern Manitoba.
DrFumblefinger visits the Viking statue in Gimli, a town on the west shore of Lake Winnipeg that was settled by immigrants from Iceland.
A ski hill on the flat Manitoba prairies. Hard to believe, but one exists.
DrFumblefinger spots these large American White Pelicans in eastern Manitoba.