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... 8220;May I help the next person in line, please,” the girl behind the counter calls out. We step up to the counter and order an Extreme Italian Sandwich for me, a Grilled Cheese Panini with Bacon for Jim, a box of tim-bits, and a large coffee for each of us. The girl behind the counter gives us the coffee and tim-bits and indicates that we can wait for the sandwiches at the other end of the counter so we make our way over there. After ten minutes ...
... stop and get some sunscreen and some cash. “There is a Rexall Pharmacy on Henderson at McIvor,” I tell Jim. There is also a Royal Bank there so we can get cash at the same time.” “Oh good,” he responds as he tidies up the area as I continue to get dressed. At 9:55 we head out the door and to the pharmacy. As we drive up I comment on the Oma’s Ice Cream window. “That was always the best ice cream ...
... A bit of fudge for the road surely can't hurt though?
It was about 2pm by the time we got to the markets for lunch, so by the time we were finished lunch and wandering round the market, the day was pretty much over, Feeling extremely unsocial again after gaining an increasingly more common dehydration headache, it was another early night.
Merry christmas was the greeting we got when we got up in the morning, it had ...
... got us club seats (more elbow room and waitress service, second tier in the corner). We held off on ordering food, as we were psched for Boston Pizza later) Attendance was announced at 15,000 (not a sell out) The Flames won 4-1. The fans were not impressed by the Jets lacluster effort. I saw many Flames jerseys on the concourse. It was a late one. Drinks at the game. A nightcap at Hooters. Then a long walk to Boston Pizza where we feasted on a ...
These past few days have been incredible!
On Sunday, Sept. 14 I met eleven other students and three leaders and spent the morning applying for an entrance visa into Burkina Faso and at a worship service to start off our trip. Immedietely our group bonded over our past travels and where we are all from. There are people from all over British Columbia, Manitoba, Alberta and Ontario. Four people are Mennonite, one girl is Baptist, there are three CRC, and a ...
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