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... The teachers have to work, since it’s their major "planning day". Also, I will try to be in class as much as I can, because they will surely want to keep me in the library on my last week. Pamela will be gone, but the vice principal will be back. He is normally in charge of the library, but he will have a lot of things to do elsewhere. And I am here to help!
Have a nice week everyone!
... The next day's plan was to get up early and see Johnston Canyon on our way out of Banff with our destination being Kamloops. As all our days have started, it was cloudy/showering when we woke up, then it's activity time and it clears! Today was no different. We got up and it was raining so we drove the van to the underground parking at the hostel and packed up the bed and cleaned out the car. Jess met us downstairs then we drove to Johnston Canyon. We walked up to the upper ...
... going through a cloud. I was able to see down which was
amazing I was about eighty meters high and looking down just above all the
snowy trees and lakes. It’s something I recommend to anyone. Once everyone was
across the zip line we got lunch at the small restaurant. The day flew by and I
returned to my hotel exhausted, hungry and happy. After a quick dinner it was
an early night for ...
... once on board Harrison began to sing n show interest for 5 mins then was back to playing with his cars, after about the same amount of time Stuart found his flight legs stood up and loved it the views over the valley were spectacular as we slowly cruised the 4.5 kilometres peek to peek and up black comb mountain once we got there we stretched our legs and enjoined the changed view points, but were ready to go back down.. Harrison was restricted by hight not to ...
... and Simon...a dream come true to just wander and try and take it all in. Lunch as well chatting to a couple, who were on a cruise, and their home was in Dallas Texas. Tea tonight, hosted by Max and Sue was at 'The Old Spaghetti Factory' May 8th After 2 wonderful days in Victoria, leisurely breakfast, the travel, with a short stop at Chermainus, a logging town, now known by the magnificent Murals, that adorn almost all of the buildings, telling the stories ...