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... The City has now turned the area into a park, managed as a wildlife conservation area so dogs aren’t allowed at all. It is gorgeous there with views all the way to Metrotown in Burnaby and the North Shore mountains.
Whew!! On October 30th the US funds were deposited into the account and Rick breathed a sigh of relief. We decided on a walk along White Rock’s beach promenade. The day was blustery but it is a great place to walk in ...
... and holy sites of Istanbul. They tended to travel in groups of 10 to 20, clearly well put together, but with women totally covered except for exquisite eyes and lashes. The line ups were so bad one really could not walk far enough to find the end of the line. Our energy was exhausted after managing to make our way into the Hagia Sophia and taking in the amazing marble walls and the treasures and religious relics contained inside. Some beautiful mosiaic ...
... that this was a city of real people, not merely the stuff of mythology. On the rocky mountain overlooking Corinth is an Acropolis of Corinth where remains of a temple to Aphrodite can be seen. For us this was in the distance, and we were not able to get close. But the stories that go with al of these temples and ruins could make one scurry to the history books to refresh and expand ones knowledge of Greek antiquities. As a surface tale, confusion reigns. Names ...
Leaving Lake Louise was bittersweet, but it was good to get on the road again. Drove through the Rockies and camped out. In Kamloops, BC on a huge Lake...Shuswap. Drove through and scarily down the northern Cascades, toward the border, to cross back over into the USA, and landed in Anacortes city campground. Beautiful: full of deer, really tall Cedars, on a point looking west out to the Pacific. Up early the next ...
... but often refused to wear them. Both teams had the same rations per day – but the Norwegian team skied alongside the sledges while the British were often pulling the sledges so burning considerably more calories per day. The food was based on the food we had seen discussed at buffalo jump - dried meat often flavoured with berries, and supplemented of course with the meat from either the dogs or ponies.
The timeline showed the Norwegian expedition arriving a month ...
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