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... experience which she can't remember that causes her to have 3 or 4 alters. Alters are different characters that borrow her body and she doesn't know when one comes out or disappears again. It's very confusing but interesting to watch.
We don't have any huge plans for spring break, so we just see whatever happens day by day. Today we played a game called spijkerpoepen with the girls and it was amusing.
... try to do a workout on the treadmill every other day of half an hour and do some exercises to strengthen my back and shoulder muscles. I hope this will all help me on the long-term to feel more energetic and balanced.
We just got back from Winter Bites few hours ago (writing my blogs always takes pretty long) where we went ''skating''. There was no ice but there was a nice rank of white plastic something. So yeah, ...
... Campbell River. The viewpoint at the top of the trail overlooks the Seymour Narrows where until 1958 the Ripple rock was a major hazard to marine traffic causing damage to dozens of ships and the loss of 117 lives. It was decided to blow up the rock and the planning for this huge project took 27 months. Over a kilometer of fuse was laid and 1,250,000 kg. of explosives was used, the blast created the largest non-nuclear explosion in history with no major negative ...
... an hour before we had to catch up with the boys.
Our last stop in Campbell River was to buy supplies for our two night adventure in Strathcona Provincial Park. It was only 50kms or so to the park gate where we first saw Buttle Lake. The lake was pretty long but not that wide. We stopped in the information centre which was run by a Liverpudlian geriatric named Gerry. The guy had great pleasure in telling us that he had to drive from Gold River every day and has to ...
... with Val made for a relaxing start to our brief visit.
We walked up the beach to the town and found the Ripple Rock Pub, where I had a 1270 Burger. Intriguingly the menu said "named for the number of tonnes of explosives used for the Ripple Rock Explosion". Now that is a big bang!
The significance of these names was revealed the next day.