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flight was like riding an unbroken bronc. The idea is to keep the tow plane’s
wheels just above the horizon and the glider’s nose within the tips of the tow
plane’s wings. This is known as the normal attitude for being on tow. When you
keep the two planes lined up thus, it is easy to follow, even when he is doing
a turn. As soon as I felt like the glider had decided it had a better route to
take or a different one than what I had planned for it, ...
... was tried then abandoned. That little voice says “hey, you could use that bit to do a quick touch up in the downstairs washroom.” Great idea. Said washroom walls were sort of whitewashed by the previous owners to cover the lime green that was painted over the cherry red wood stain (I kid you not). A quick recoat would make the world of difference. Anyway, the idea was ...
Sometimes it's hard being the only person in the country who doesn’t have an accent. Today starts much as usual. Breakfast is over and I’ve just dropped David at the Skytrain for his morning commute to work. Life feels good. The weak winter sun is trying to break through the clouds and the other drivers are all waving and tooting their horns as I cruise quietly along in the left lane keeping well out of everyone’s ...
... We hadn't checked in online as Travelsphere had told us they would do it, and so they had. Unfortunately they had put us on different rows and the gentleman next to me declined the opportunity to swap seats.
Talking of crosswords....well, modesty almost prevents me mentioning that when we got home we found that we had won 'The Observer' crossword competition from the week before we went away. But only ...
Seawheeze is officially over, but our little vacation definitely isn't. This morning, we met back up in one of our rooms for breakfast before heading back down the busy shopping road to one of the hop-on-hop-off trolley stations that tourists use to get tours of the city. We wanted to do all the touristy things in Vancouver (there actually aren't too many, so we could cram them all in a day) and figured the trolley would be the best way to get everywhere ...