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I splurged and bought a nice warm long puffer coat, from the discount rack, that I couldn't ...
driving ahead of us, and 948 miles / 1,526 kilometers, we have two
days to kill before we board our ship. I'm trying to make sense of
it, and I argued a lot with him about it saying, "Are you
kidding?' to "You are crazy", when he first brought out the
subject . But I realized that ti's the season for cancellation and
since we are using airline passes, we're better off driving than
flying. Also, since we get ...
... love Eggs Benedict (they call them "Bennys" and there are multiple types on every menu we've seen) so we got to indulge in what is usually just a mother's day treat for our family.
Then we wandered along the waterfront park skirting False Creek (not a real creek?) and met tons of dogs on our way to catch the ferry to Granville Island (definitely not a real island). Granville Island was hopping and the girls enjoyed putting together a Zimet picnic ...
... while adding a bit of style and this is where a big thanks goes out to Marbod at Mspeed Performance. I guess the only thing left is the rider. And this is where the biggest hick-up happened. As I planned away and went on with my life, I managed to break my collar bone playing hockey in mid-February. No big deal, I figured. I always planned for a mid-June departure and that should leave me enough time for rehabilitation. All was going ...
... out on, and sang, well they sang, songs that again I’d never heard of. I’m not sure if it was my genuine cynical nature or the thought of being nearly five years older than the majority of the staff that was making me uneasy, but I ploughed on and hoped I wouldn’t be a dire counsellor. At least the Australian, Kathleen as she’ll now be known, made me feel better about the age thing by saying how good my skin was ...