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... have been dealing with a very shady person in your personal life. Not a nice person. Not good for you. But they're gone now. It's over. Don't worry."
"This person has made you guarded. That's why you drew the porcupine. She's spiky on the outside to protect her kind heart."
"But there's a trustworthy person either recently in your life, or about to be in your life. Trust. Trust again."
He saw good things in the future, told me when ...
... on the wrong side of the road on the wrong side of the car but it actually wasn't too bad. They do have a weird road rule which I'm still not sure about, if you are waiting to turn the corner but the light is red if there is no car coming from the other direction you can still actually turn... Weird I'm going to have to read up on that one before I drive next.
Yesterday we went to the Vancouver Aquarium. I was really upset in ...
... on the wild decent. We descended very well this time but only dabbed our feet because of those in front baulking.
By the time we reached the aid station everyone was sorted out and we continued on up the next very long ascent loosing only a few places before reaching the Enduro (timed downhill) section.
We had a perfect run down - so much better than on our trial day, despite one rider who knocked into me as he tried to get back on ...
... up the arm for the Northwest Passage ended when he had to "turn again". There are ponds along the railway on the inland side with water fowl in them, mud flats on the other side now covered with water, and a narrow strip of vegetation between the water and the rail embankment. The rail line lies right on the shoreline, with a series of bays and headlands, some with attractive pine trees on the points, and as far as Portage closely follows the road we came up on a week ...
Greetings from Raincouver!
Not much to say other than I made it home and due to impending school. I will be grounded for some time.
Just to wrap things up, here are the stats: Kilometers travelled: 33,185 , plane trips: 7, long train trips: 3, ferries: 2, books read: 4, bouts of gastrointestinal illness: 1, weird things viewed: approx. 44,000.
Peace out folks!