Campus Tower Suite Hotel
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... instead of, well, pivoting. 3 activations and the visor would pop off on one side. This was not something that could be fixed on the fly, it would take a stop and 10 minutes of fiddling.
Eventually I worked around it by driving a screw into the side of the helmet on each side to prevent the pivot from pivoting. That was OK, but the new pivot kit hardware did not place the visor in the same spot as before so there were many gaps that the wind would ...
... if Game 7 of the Spurs/clips series would be as good as it sounded. Priorities may have been different the night before we left, however we were both dialled in regardless. As we waited in the airport I thought about how amazing our family had been to allow us to take such a trip and how it seemed to really hit my dad how big this trip would be the closer today came. So as I type this from a strangely sticky couch in Edmonton ...
... in travel mode.
-33,684 km travelled
-3 countries (4 including Canada!), 8 cities
-about 10 new very close friends whom im so glad I have met :)
-with the help of my generous friends and family, raised nearly $3000 dollars that went directly to to kids in BaVi - no fees were taken from the money - all went straight to the kids :)
The things I miss most from home - these are really the only physical things Ive truly missed (minus ...
... through and into Canada. The speed limit here is 110 km/h which is equivalent to approximately 68 mph. After the last two days driving 75 and 80 mph, this speed feels like crawling. We also both turn on our phones and communication with our Canadian world is once again possible. Within an hour we are entering Lethbridge and looking for a Tim Hortons. Mmmmmmm….coffee. It tastes divine. We make our way out of Lethbridge and head ...
... in and out of their wetsuits to go on a practise swim, so there was plenty of bare flesh and rippling muscles around, so I didn't get too bored. In the afternoon Graham had a race briefing and team photo and then all the athletes congregated to form a parade of nations similar to the Olympics with the girl guides carrying the country banner. Of course there was a lot of hanging around involved but ...