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... on the footpath on one side of the creek and he was in the scrub next to the footpath on the other side. A mere 4 metres away. I remained still as he rummaged around. I'm not sure what to do initially, and then he gets onto the footpath, runs right past me, and crosses the street. I was shocked he didn't prance past me, mumbling sexual innuendo in a dirty French accent. He just disappeared into the night. I continued the walk and get back to the apartment, and hit the ...
... br> Getting off the plane, joy just set in my spirit and I could not stop singing. I think I was just so excited to be home and not have to try so hard meaning that No one knows me out there so with being in community, I always have to start from square one and as soon as I got to my house, I was able to just sit in silence in relief that my family already knows me and the journey I am on. So after being awake ...
... they seemed pretty imune to the presence of humans. There was a couple scary times where we were riding bikes through buffalo herds crossing the road but there were no problems. there was this one time where me and mike were coming around a bend on a trail and all the sudden this buffalo rose up from the middle of the trail and starting heading towards us. We gave it some space and it passed around us on the trail. Other animal sightings include prarie dogs, prong horned ...
... gave my pup a big hug and a few kisses and hopped in the drivers seat-ready to go.
"We're not going without coffee!" I turned on the ignition, pulled up to the front of the driveway, glanced in the rear view mirror and said goodbye to my parent's oasis of a house. Off to Ozo and then on the road.
Seeing all of my previous co-workers and hugging all of them goodbye with well wishes, I downed a demitasse of the 8Th Wonder and I grabbed our tray ...
... out to the park and canal. Brilliant hill rolling in the park and kids wanted to go for a paddle in the canal. Can't think of many city centres where that would be an option! Then into the REI, which was overwhelming to say the least, a massive kit store, with indoor climbing wall! Our African sheltered children are finding everything amazing, Archie thought the tram was brilliant. Lovely to see. Bit of a ...
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