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After Giselle (and Nicole (LTS Coordinator) picked up the rental car, we made the trek up to SFU to gather all the required supplies for our road trip through Sea 2 Sky Country which is taking us to three different schools in Pemberton, Lillooet and Squamish, BC. In total, between the two of us (Giselle and Tyler), we will be visiting a total of 40 …
... 45 minutes long, we decided to just have the students work together in groups to create a Rube Goldberg Machine (a complex machine or chain reaction designed to complete a simple task) with the intention of getting a ping pong ball into a cup. Students had about 25 minutes in order to design and perfect their Rube Goldberg machine, before coming back together to present their finished product. One group designed ...
... now a week before the official open to the season it has been devastated!
How ironic now that we had breakfast in the fire hall and took a picture of their boat!
We met up with Kirsten, went to her house, met her very nice housemates and other friends who had come around. There was approx. 12 of us and we were surprised to find that Jenny and I were the only non-Canadians! I think this bodes very well for our efforts at assimilation! ...
... and amazing people and it really puts your own life into
perspective. I thought I did some
pretty amazing stuff but already on this trip I’ve learned that there is a
whole lot more out there I could be doing – not only in the travelling, but in
the general day to day stuff that other people do.
Well it’s time to hit the road for the day and get out there
and discover a wee bit of Vancouver. ...
... expensive. Bessy doesn't fit in amongst the Porsches and Camaros, but she's all we've got, and she's got loads more character and stories than those shiny cages. If it was any other town I would keep driving through because of the exorbitant prices - but this is the worlds no. 1 mountain bike town. Even the hotels have bike stands, in their reception areas! Just to give you an idea, our camping is $1000 for 3 weeks and our lift passes were $1300. Whilst we are ...