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I can't wait to go to Victoria this weekend. We will leave on Friday right after school. And I also can't wait to go snowboarding. Something I've never done but I really really want to try it before spring break, owing to the huge snowfall of the past 3 days. It nearly stopped snowing AT ALL. The snow almost comes up to your knees at some places. This Monday was a snow-day, which meant a day off.
Last Friday we went bowling with the whole ...
... skated on plastic ice in Canada. It's not that easy to skate on it because it's not that smooth and slippery. But there was one boy who was entertaining everyone. He was singing and dancing on the ice and he knew the lyrics to every song that was played. I laughed my pants off (not literally). And now we're back home and I'm cold, but we're watching 'Wie is de Mol?' so that makes it more relaxing.
I'm going to sleep now. Ciao.
... the surrounding communities . The coastal forest of the trail was quite a change from the drier landscape of the Okanagan and the mountains; very lush with lots of ferns, very large Douglas firs and cedars.
Then it was off south to Victoria for a few days before taking the ferry to Port Angeles, Washington. Victoria is a beautiful small city with loads of old world charm, natural beauty, interesting history, an outdoor lifestyle and funky neighborhoods- ...
... putting my luggage on my stroller and I missed it the first time! I filled out my customs paper and one of the questions asked is what countries did you visit... I said to Wendy we put down Canada. Wendy said she didn't visit Canada (as we sit in Vancouver airport) so she isn't! Putting it down... I guess I'm leaving her here, then she can say she lives in Canada. As I sit and write this Wendy had ...
... holding on to something or being flung about like a sack of potatoes. Surprisingly I didn’t break anything (or myself). I was able to lay out on the fly bridge (with Reilly glued to my side) and enjoy the sun. Then it started to rain. So Reilly and I took to our roost in the wheel house, where I can read(and honestly sleep) and he can sleep curled up next (or on) me, and if the Captain needs anything then I can help in a jiffy. I have finished ...