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I received some news that has made my heart heavy this week. Duong passed away a couple of days ago. Rest In Peace little buddy, I truly believe you are in a better place. No more suffering and I do believe we will meet again in a different life - and I know you are going to be happy and healthy in the next one - possibly even king.
I used to whisper this to Duong everyday that I spent with him. RIP little man.
... better story of the improved communication on the part of our current VIA Rail staff. And, while we appreciate the improvement in communication, we were just disappointed to hear our guide say that our current delay will result in our arrival in Jasper at 5:00 p.m., not, as originally scheduled at 1:00 p.m.!! Four more hours of train travel!!! Reached Jasper at 5:45 p.m.! Yeah!! Didn't have much time to explore, but were able to walk to the center from our hotel and have a ...
... literally, from our hotel. What a LOVELY meal!! I got a brilliant card signed by everyone, Stephen and Daemon found a Chia Seed skin care (who knew?? I put chia on my muesli!), the food was delish and our waiter, Alistair, was delightful - extremely chatty and very knowledgeable on the Edmonton Oilers! We were just about to get our main meals and Anneke and Javi called in to say Hi! Totally unexpected and I certainly hope they ...
... as there's really not that much to see there, or in Edmonton in general really. Old Strathcona was a really nice area and it had some great restaurants and little shops which kept me entertained. As I mentioned I saw the Muttart Conservatory, and I also visited the Strathcona Farmers' Market, saw a couple of bookshops and took a tour of the Alberta Legislature building. On the tour I learned that Alberta is named for one of Queen Victoria's children, Louise Caroline Alberta. ...
... world. The winds picked up with a strong headwind all the way home coupled with cold temperatures and drifting snow........welcome to Canada !!! Another huge difference was the price of fuel. Typically we paid around $80US to fill up, on the Canadian side we were paying close to $110 Can. The trip from Great Falls home, coupled with the wind consumed $350 of diesel. We had planned for and hoped that we could avoid the perils of winter but apparently ...