Sand Pebbles by EVRentals
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... are open. A flight attendant hails us asking if we are going to Seattle or Vancouver: Seattle. Elizabeth looks up at the digital screen and notices the departure time is 5:40. What?! Our tickets say 6am! Thank God we got here early, the plane has long since boarded and we are the last people on. The boys settle into their seats, Julian curls up in his, as they play on their tablets. The ride is fairly smooth and relatively quiet, except for ...
... little as we travelled. It's really big! So it's
a good thing they have buses running between points in the park as
you'd be exhausted waking, especially with small children. Then we
wandered a bit and Josh saw the Red Panda, his favourite animal. A
lot of the animals had taken shelter during the rain and hadn't really
come out again so we didn't see a lot. We talked about going back and
finishing the rest of the zoo off but to be honest, we probably
won't. A lot ...
... game since January 6, it felt good even though my score was awful. I enjoyed our day. I hope you enjoy the pictures as the course is stunning.
After golf we all met at the Adams household and enjoyed the sunset. ...
... and rafters on the Colorado River. The hike back up was worse than the day before. We made it out though, and all in all…I am so glad I did it. It was such a great experience. Once in a lifetime…and it will be just that…ONCE in a lifetime. I probably won’t feel the need to ever redo that hike! Day 7: Set out on the road to Zion National Park. I had a massively lazy day. All of my muscles had literally ...
Early start for the Hottas to the Vancouver airport. We boarded on time and then had a long layover in Seattle. We met a really kind man from Haines, Alaska of all places! We talked about our trip, his work as a commercial fisherman, life in Alaska and family. We exchanged information in case we ever get to the Skagway area again. He said that after ...