Madrona Beach Resort
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10m long and 4m tall... not exactly the worlds tallest and longest we were looking for..
But as far as CJ was concerned it was worth it as she got to meet a raccoon..
Eventually we did get to the 'real' trestle... only 10k away from this one...
Fantastic sight.. it has been restored as a section of a walk trail project which will span the entire width of Canada... ...
... left! And Mum makes a great perk coffee on the machine back at the unit.
We noticed over the last week the trees changing with autumn now settled in, and the temperatures are staying around the 10’s or lower.
Good night everyone, another birthday has come and gone, as I tuck up in my cosy bed, with the fire burning, yes I have been lucky enough to have a nice warm fire going as I fall asleep, almost every night since we arrived at Vancouver ...
... treat, except when I took a corner too sharp and the bag fell off the cart haha. We velcroed the bag back to the cart and we were off again - genius! It sure was a good workout towing it up the hills! They have a great games lounge beside the laundry so we checked that out and grabbed a couple of books/magazines and veged out for the rest of the day. When we first got Toby we bought a temperature gauge to put in the fridge to keep an eye on how much the temperature rises when ...
... the entries. There was only one actual castle - that was Robbie's favourite. They use a mixture of glue and water to hold the carvings up - I think the pictures I will post will show the complexity of these sand sculptures.
Next to the competition is the gigantic Lions Club kids park - Robbie was so excited he didn't know what to do first. It was great to give him a chance to run ...
... I will be working with will be from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda and Burundi. It will be a very exciting time to be in the camp as all the preparations for departure will be underway and I will be able to say goodbye to the students as they set off for their new chapter of their lives in Canada in August. I know this will be very hard work and there will be times where I will have to dig deep, ...