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... will be working for awhile back in Chile, I have decided this would be the best time to complete a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (something I have always thought I might do).The course started on the 20th of January in Rishikesh. Rob will be flying into Delhi about the same time that my four weeks of yoga classes will be completed. He will meet me in Rishikesh, North of Delhi where we will continue our adventures together. ...
... appt, but dad was there. Whoa a bit tired to say the least. Sure has been 2 days of challenging driving. Yellowknife to Grande Prairie wasn't too bad, so had the one good day of driving.
Had a great visit with mom and dad and started my daughterly duties by cooking dinner. Was pretty beat so went to bed early and got up way too early, but was able to have coffee with dad while mom slept.
Sooooo great to see them both!!!
... Westwood Lake for a bit of walk. Very pretty up here. Not far from the city but a world apart. There was a class of paddle board riders on the lake which seems to be very popular here. Very picturesque.
A quick subway lunch then off to Comox and another ferry over to Powell River, my mother’s home town. Headed straight to Uncle Clint and Auntie Sherry’s place. Whole family was there to greet us, ...
... the clearing with a couple of deer and 2 fawns - saw 2 males once.
The following day we explored some of Denman Island , the village, the the beach down in front of margarets - very stony but natural. No people! Margaret arrived in the afternoon and we explored the beach in the other direction. All the time the weather was perfect so the views across the strait to the mountains were just a ...
... four rapids, but we don't paddle through anything that seems like more than wind waves. We round the last point and are officially done with the rapids and having to obsessively watch the clock...what a relief! We set up camp on a dock "in disrepair" condition at Church House, an abandoned settlement. We go to bed and don't set the alarm.
Day 58: Lazy start this morning. The morning is calm and sunny for a change and we let the tent ...