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... has all the amenities that we could need and offers a lot of outdoor and indoor activities. We found our house and signed the rental papers and now are looking forward to moving into a five bedroom house and making it our own space! We have a big, fenced yard and a huge covered deck! I see lots of playing outside! There is a pool, curling rink and hockey rink right across the street ...
... tried to kill me
been like juggling jelly
bent my head
The 7 other students on the course supply me with a lovely selection of characters:
Angela - from Ukraine.
She is spick and span and only 21 although she has been teaching English as Foreign Language for 22 years..... you'd think.
Jackie - from Vancouver.
From a Asian family she (apparently) fulfills perfectly her stereotype of being really nice. She ...
... such a steep incline. There were sections whereby they had put in chain and rope to help assist with the steepness of it it and there were several sections where we walked along 1/2 m edges next to 50m falls - not sure whether our insurance would have covered this or not but it made for an exciting climb - the quads are still recovering from the effort but appreciative of being able to do something different whilst over here - We earned ...
The Right Honorable The Earl of Derby KG GCB GCVO PC, sometimes known as Lord Stanley of Preston, or plain Frederick Arthur Stanley to his mum, was a sports tragic. He was a British politician who became Canada's sixth governor general in 1888, but is probably best known for having donated the Stanley Cup that was later handed down to Canada's National Hockey League, because his two sons began playing the game while the lived in Canada. It got ...
... the top of the Great Lakes. The girls were surprised at the fact that ocean ships can sail up the Great Lakes. Because of the Great Lakes, they learned, Canada has more fresh water than any other country in the world. In fact, it has one-third of the world’s total fresh water, and much of it is in the Great Lakes.
That night as they slept, the train rushed across the top of Lake Superior, through the great forests and southward towards ...