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Ideally situated for seeing the sights on foot
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Great to get to my age and still be doing things for the first time! Today was my first trip in a seaplane, a twenty minute tour above the city and a little beyond. It was such an experience to see just how close to the city are forests and mountains. We continue to have a wonderful time in this truly beautiful city. Because our hotel is so central …
... the Vancouver Sun everyday, & used wonderful Apps with a gazillion other uses!!! Of course more Wiffi would have been better but hey we got to spend many an hour in Starbucks all around the country!!
Thanks to our Sirus Satalite Radio we were able to keep up to date with all the Canadian news! Ron just couldn't have done a long trip without CBC & as a bonus we got BBC ...
... modeling moves and us making a human totem pole.
After driving through Stanley Park we went back downtown to the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Torch. Nate and I stayed in the car, while Kara jumped out to grab some photos. There wasn't great parking and all the walking from earlier in the day had made Nate and I rather lazy.
As it was now early evening, we took a short break and then met up for dinner at a restaurant frequented regularly by ...
... quiet that inner voice of yours that says you’re incapable. Weak. Stupid.
The second is the people. For the least three weeks I’ve been in the company of people who’ve happily given me their time. To hang, celebrate, explore. It’s a nice reminder that there are things about me worth knowing. Worth liking. I’m worth the effort – at least they believe so. With these fine people my last three days ...
... changed our attitude to aim higher.
Best Race Course:
Day 6 SquarmishWe rode three of the best single tracks for cross country ever built and had so much fun in doing so whilst gaining a higher podium position.
Most fun on a bike:
Hiring a Santa Cruz V10 downhill rig and riding the amazing terrain park at Whistler. Sailing over those jumps with in trepidation was something else and I know that I probably won't ride anything like it ...