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Dear family and friends
It is an honour to have you join us in our adventure. We will be leaving on the 25th of November. Why india some of you are asking?
When I was 16 I read about the silk and spice routes it has always been a dream of mine to follow those routes. Well it will remain a dream untouched by the ...
... so she puked.
But the spy-party was awesome, the kids enjoyed it. And so did Marloes and I. The kids had to do some missions to open up a briefcase, like eating a huge spyglass cake and ''dangerdogs'' and they did some target shooting and they crawled through lasers (paper streamers taped up against the wall) and best part of all... They did Ezeltje Prikje, but then with Inspector Gadget on the wall and they had to give him a new disguise so they gave him ...
... tuna (and saw the wedding party having pics done), and then by some roadside markets for fresh veg. As suggested, I just seared the tuna a little in each side and left the middle uncooked (it was sushi grade). I made a salsa with it, and we had corn and veggies. Turned out really well. Even the kids ate some of the tuna. After dinner, James took the boys for a kayak. Daphne has a double kayak, so James sat in the back with both boys sharing the front seat. ...
... and axe displays, several relocatable timber cutting camp houses, logging trucks and log loaders, winches, donkey engines, circular saws, blacksmiths workshop and of course a 3’ gauge railway in a figure 8 around the site.
The site also encompasses a section of old growth forest and there are some walks through the forest with interpretative signage of the various trees. One tree still growing strong was approximately 300 years old and had enough wood to completely ...
... the excursions, with no guarantee of watching, are quite expensive for us. So we head south and start our day hikes at Elk Falls, where lots of residents do some jogging or walk around the river, but not go further the electrical central. After it, we are the only ones hiking up to the falls, certainly hidden and with a horrible viewpoint, which makes me risk and get down over the rocks to get a better view. A good ...