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... Thursday, which meant: yoga day! This Thursday was also the beginning of a very peaceful weekend. Marloes and I were going to dog-sit Jabulani, Christina's dog. She was away for the weekend and showed us the way around her place and where to walk with Jabulani. So we took a walk for way too long (okay, I'm just not used to walking for longer than an hour) and I was so tired I almost fell asleep at the beginning of yoga ...
... to be in the schedule when I thought it would be, so I ended up going from Mrs Clarke's class to Mrs Seymour's class and back and forth.
I figure I just don't like it when I need to tell someone I won't be there to help them and then do this a few times a day because I'm never sure when I have to be where for what. It makes everybody confused I guess, so it would be easier if I knew what to do. I like both classes though and ...
Hepatitis A ( done in 06 )
Hepatitis B ( final shot- yah! )
Typhoid ( oral )
Yellow Fever ( ouch...)
Rabies ( done in 06 )
Malarone ( taken day before entry,during trip Into squito zone and a few days following)
Anti - Piranha ( ..wear bright pink speedo or stay out of the ...
... out. We didn’t know much about the place other than it was a good place to buy supplies for Strathcona Provincial Park, so we took a walk towards Discovery Pier. What we discovered that it was the 25th anniversary of this tiny fishing pier was the first purpose built saltwater fishing pier in Canada and to celebrate there was free cake and icecream. I decided to upgrade to the waffle cone for an extra twoonie and when it was brought out to me it ...
... to roll in. We all get drenched as we help him with his bags (including foldable kayak) and walk the 1 mile through town to the bus. We sadly say our goodbyes, get more hugs, and continue on our separate ways.
We then go to the Community Resource Center to update our blog. We'll have some lunch, then have an afternoon departure. The next "town" is Nanaimo, the second largest city on Vancouver Island with a population of 100,000...yikes!