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... the chairlift as it turned to go back down the mountain. After a swift rescue we were both standing triumphantly at the top of the run. Then fear then set in (not for me you idiot, for Megan) I mean fair enough. This is a big step up from the small hill they use in the garden but unfortunately once you’re up, there is only one way down, despite her merely 2 minutes before attempting ...
We're leaving soon and amid the packing and details that need attending to before every trip, we're also getting excited. We thought we'd call our trip blog "seas connect us all", because it strikes us how true that is whenever we return from Mexico. It's the same Pacific Ocean that washes on the shores of our beach house in Mexico, that also flows ...
... even though there was a piece of paper saying " Reserved for parties of 4". It wasn't a problem because of all the space as we saw quite a few double seats empty. Many people slept on a double set. Each seat has leg rests that come up parallel with the seat so Daisy was able to make herself a little bed with the opposite seat's footrest up as well. I tried it but found it more comfortable with the footrests down. In any case we both managed to sleep ...
... said he had done the quiz 5 times on his own because his friends always bail….right…sure.
Charlotte had made use of the evening by doing some Seattle research and talking to the bartender. We got the bus back into town where I tried to put into words how much fun I’d had to Charlotte. I was thinking about how nice this part of Vancouver was but then 2 men got on the bus with bin bags filled with cans and then I remembered that, yeah, ...
... of the locals for keeping up.
The rainforest was amazing and the height of the trees on such a steep slope would make for interesting felling later on. We did the climb with 3 others, as well as Richard and Bob ( who are also racing BC) Stitch and the two Eric's, one of whom lost their key somewhere on the climb.
We returned down the mountain via the cable car and a warm honey tea. Thankfully we brought jackets because our tops ...