The Pine & Picket B&B
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... the friends fron uni she had planned to meet their and Sarah Stuart and Harrison went to have a meal in the family area. At first they were seated in the outside area that was a floating extension to the main building and neither Stuart or Sarah felt comfortable comfortable having a drink on this floating dock ie we were nearly vommiting.. And u know we don't like to wast our larger!! At the first opportunity Stuart made the excuse to the waiter of ...
... other side where another person is going to be dressed up who runs to the other side again and so on)
- throwing snowballs (snowballs made of white socks, aim for buckets)
- Wii ski (in the library)
- and there was a rest station in a classroom, where some YouTube clips about the Olympic Games were put on and everybody could eat some pieces of apple and be happy
It wasn't really about winning or getting points, but more about having fun.
The day arrived, with a wee bit of panic as my packing was not as organized as it should have been, but with Anne Marie's assistance I got most of what I wanted into my suitcase. Naomi who spent the first month of her 6 month around the world adventure with us on the Island had already returned to Toronto. We will be traveling together to Peru for ...
... a pillowtop mattress topper so that should make the bed a lot more comfy! It's not that uncomfortable, but it's not really meant for everyday use so we're starting to make grooves in the mattress from where we've laid overnight haha. Hopefully the mattress topper should help. We had Chinese takeout for lunch and as we were sitting there eating, what I assume was the fire alarm started blaring. So I looked at Ben like "Ok, alarm, well we better go then".... But no-one else ...
... I was with Geordie) and both of us had queen sized beds. Lovely!
The retreat had a baby grande piano, library, exercise room, TV lounge with kitchen (where they provided a breakfast for us), Hot tub and sauna, a place called "Aslan's Garden" which was a little garden area with a pond, and a ping-pong gym, among other things. Plus every room had bath robes for every single person. I really want to stay there again!
At 6:00, they provide ...