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university of manitoba

We visited our alma mater to put up some posters. We decided to wander around one last time...











The tunnels came in handy during the winter. You basically don't have to go outdoors except when you're arriving or leaving for the day, which is convenient given that Winnipeg is known for it's -45 Celsius (-49 Fahrenheit) days.





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15 comments

  1. your pictures are beautiful. you have an amazing talent.

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  2. great pictures as always...

    but, seriously: -49 F ?????????
    Holy shit! I thought Wisconsin was cold in the winter.

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  3. Aww great pictures, I bet they are great memories for you :) x

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  4. wow... your school is so beautiful!! i love these photos.

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  5. Hi!

    I really like this blog.

    I just started mine, and i would really appreciate it if you read it and told me what you think.

    - Jill

    www.stylemansion.blogspot.com

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  6. You're right, what a gorgeous campus. I miss my campus too, even though I was dying to be done with it.

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  7. what an amazing journey to go on-thanks for sharing it with us-best of luck!

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  8. I hope Rhiannon is not going to have to be a single mother, though she is able to leave very clear directions in a concise manner, so she will make a good parent I think.

    Good luck Rhiannon, wherever you are.

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  9. I will have to show this blog to my husband. He will just be tickled by your past few posts - his mother works at UofM, he's spoken of garbage hill (yet I doubt he knows its true name), the history museum (and played on the ship!), assiniboine park, and all the (VERY) few places that you would take a non-manitobian if visiting (or marrying someone from... because why on earth would you visit?) Winnipeg! Love it!

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  10. Passport Health14.8.09

    Wow, those are some COLD temperatures! I really am spoiled thinking that 30 degress F is cold...

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  11. Hello, what a lovely blog you have here. Heavenly header too ! I've so enjoyed reading your posts and looking through your pictures - you are so very talented.

    Thank you so much and best wishes

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  12. I think you need to send that "I am the father" note to passiveaggressivenotes.com.

    Also, no shots of the radio station, which was repeatedly assaulted by Grandpa's Army?

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  13. That tunnel art is great! This post makes me miss my alma mater, too:)

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  14. Great pictures! I'm jealous of the tunnel art. Pretty sure if I tried anything like that at my university the hidden cameras would lead to my arrest.

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  15. whoa! your school lookes like a castle!

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