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Also als aller erschts: Ich han die beschte Lüüt vo de Wält um mich ume :) Als zweits: Ich bin guet in Montréal acho ;) Ich wett uf dem Weg nomal allne DANKE säge für d'Bsüech, die ufmunternde Wort, die herzige Gschänkli, die liebe Brief und SMS... eifach für alles es riese D-A-N-K-E!! Und jetzt mini …
... then the knee is less likely to cause a problem. I wonder why that is?
It’s only about 8 something so we decided to walk down to our gate and find some place to have breakfast. We found one called “The Bar”—actually it was a snack bar not a liquor bar—so we each got a coffee and an egg panini (they had bacon on them but I gave mine to Mike, of course). Then it’s time to wait for the plane--when going ...
... is an unusual and exciting or daring experience. Intrinsically, when Matt recently landed the opportunity to launch a new product: FanDazzlerz (product plug: http://www.fandazzlerz.com ), an official Canadian Olympic Association licensee at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, there wasn’t that much to think about.
Not a few hours later and we had booked a layover-filled ...
... grabbed a pint of Alexander Keith's a Canadian brewed beer and met a few of Rish's buddies who turned out to be great company. A few hours and a few pints quickly passed as we caught up and shared a few laughs. Before you know it we were off...not home however. We were off to get some late night Poutine a dish created and served best in Quebec Province. Rish took us to the best poutinery in town in the Plateau area of town called La Banquise that has two bouncers ...
... the glass to do his bidding, yet retaining an organic, natural flow was awe inspiring. I'm not sure if he as an artist is kidlike, or if that's what he's hoping to bring out of his audiences, but my imagination soared when I saw his pieces. It's hard to put his work into words, but think of a profusion of colors, light and shadows combined with the luminosity and sheen of glass, fused with organic shapes and sizes. I took many pictures so again I'll let the art ...