I love sharing a little humour occasionally. A smile not only is easy to do, the endorphins one releases is great for the body. So here’s a story of mine from Stienbach.
Having lived in Manitoba for a few years way back when, I learned about the Mennonite community out in Steinbach, Manitoba. It was a town well known for its car dealers, mennonite farmers sausage, and for me, an airstrip in the middle of their golf course. Having flown out there a few times, I can say it was fun. Especially because when you parked your plane and signed in a the airport office, they had a key rack where you could take one of the Cadillacs parked in the parking lot to go into town or what ever. It was always a fun place to visit.
If you want to know a little more about the place and the local culture, there is a great ‘onionesque’ web site called ‘the bonnet’. Here’s a sample of their news… Enjoy!