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... But yes, there were many other days when I simply wimped out. That said, I'm sure that if I had left the camping gear at home it probably would have been perfect camping weather the entire way and I would have been disappointed for not having made the effort to take it.
Weather - Summer disappeared for a good portion of the trip and was replaced with cooler and wetter conditions. I was prepared for both and it didn't really affect my ...
... Official at the GAO U19 Girls Spring Classic at Grey Silo. It's a very nice golf course but with a ton of of hazards and environmentally sensitive areas. In other words a lot of rulings. I'm back there on Monday for the final round and then we head home. My front lawn is apparently looking like a jungle so I know what I will be doing on Tuesday. Before we left this area we had to visit Noonan's ...
... place. "I Have Confidence" from the Sound of Music!
What will this day be like? I wonder.
What will my future be? I wonder.
It could be so exciting to be out in the world, to be free
My heart should be wildly rejoicing
Oh, what's the matter with me?
I've always longed for adventure
To do the things I've never dared
And here I'm facing adventure
Then why am I so scared
... as Amanda’s dad calls it. John and Jean have planned a pretty incredible itinerary for us in the North, including day trips to Edinburgh, York and up the Northumberland Coast. We will then travel to London and will possibly make a day trip outside of the city, although we are not set on a place yet.
This is our first major trip together alone, and we had no idea how ...
... time I was actually excited to go to class and have a supportive group of people in every class. It was nice to finally have some friends in my business classes who I could often relate to.
I seriously started considering the exchange program in second year as an escape from Laurier, so when I applied in January of third year I was more excited than ever to spend my last semester abroad. Little did I know at the time that I would be missing out on ...