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... some calls (he is well connected) and got the bad news -- the pumpkins were still under wraps and wouldn’t appear till next Thursday. No ifs, no buts and no sneak previews. I was devastated. I was apoplectic. I’d travelled 23000km to see them. Who did the bloody pumpkins think they were? F..king rock stars? I was so ****** off I wanted to Bamix the lot of them and feed them to the bears. I wanted to blast… good thing I hadn’t won the ...
... the government purchases to, I think, keep prices down (I will need elucidation please Eddie!).
Eddie showed me around the premises, he had a 2nd office built recently & is now on his own, with a very nice desk which he said Sheila got for him. Originally the Food Pantry was in a cupboard in the church building next door & has expanded several times so they are able to help feed more & more people in the community. They recently also had a new chiller added ...
... of areas specifically designed for children though there were many adults trying out the hands on children's activities & some kids were working at the museum with the animals & answering questions from the public about them.
I didn't realise the time & it was 4.58 when I left the museum, I was meant to be back at Sheila's shop by 5pm. It was ok though as she was just packing up when I arrived. We went straight home, Eddie was in & we all chatted for a ...
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... of the Iditarod dog sled race, where we started by taking a short ride on a cart pulled by 8 dogs. They can really move fast, and have to train summer and winter, for the annual race, which was started in the 1960's but the father of the current owner.
Our next stop was a lake - after walking through the woods and stepping one a boardwalk over the marshy bank of the lake we were directed to ...