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It's a Tuesday afternoon here in Vancouver and I am as faded as this floral couch that cushions my drowsy body. There is so much to think about for I feel very lucky and grateful for where I am and the people who I have already met. The kindness and generosity I have encountered is unbelievable. The other day, I was walking down Fraser street towards Downtown looking for an Internet Café that no longer existed where ...
... cedar can drink five baths of water a day. In the evening we went to a baseball game - we had no idea what to expect. It's a very relaxed game with LOTS of places to eat - 2 foot hot dogs, burgers, pop corn, pizza, candy floss. We took our seats and waited for the game to unfold. This was to be a double header as the game from the day before had been cancelled due to the rain. Tony knew a few rules and the girls thought it might be like rounders - wrong!!! ...
... of course we were not ready at all. We rushed to get the RV battened down.
I’d gone into the office to ask if there was any recommendation for good smoked salmon and an employee told me about another employee, a Native, who also makes smoked Indian Candy. He gave the guy a call and the guy said he’d bring some Indian Candy over for us.
We’d about given up and was starting out to leave when the guy with the salmon came arrived. We didn’t have ...
... stalls and mock circuits at three thousand feet above
July 12-It was
windy and I was anxious about flying until Nico said, “ If you get
discombobulated, just pass it off to the good person behind you and enjoy the
rest of the flight.” So I did and was so ecstatic after my two flights. Then my
brother Paul and my nine year old niece Priya and twelve year old nephew Joel
joined us. Their experiences were less memorable ...