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... so we pull in to fill up before leaving. Jim also discovers that the right rear tire is in need of air for the second time this trip; it seems to be happening in quicker intervals. Tank and tire filled, we head out onto the Deerfoot 500. The traffic is moving at the speed limit or faster and one person in an Escalade zooms past us doing every bit of 150 km/h. If it were Jim behind that wheel, he would likely get stopped or caught by ...
... since it's not yet the Summer Hols) and, inside the buildings, often bugger all in the way of either furniture or contents ... and what there was was quite repetitive. There were a few bright spots, but not many. Still, it was worth a couple of hours to explore.
Tomorrow, off to the West Edmonton Mall ... which used to be the biggest Mall in the world, until quite recently, and is still the biggest in North America.
My work team put a lot of time and effort into sending me off feeling appreciated. We had a going away wine and hors d'oeuvres social, where they presented me a plethora of going away gifts. As if that wasn't enough, they made me this video that goes right to the heart and that I will definitely watch when I'm home sick and want to be reminded of the amazing people back ...
... shining again not that that is unusual but hey we can but hope for rain, Val arrived and we headed off into wilderness and found a huge Corn field that we could play in but first we had to go on the train ride that took every one who wanted to around the Cornfield, talk about a washing machine it was a case of ride em cowboy yeaa har a rough ride was had by all, we then went tinto this maze well talk about get lost Stewart was pretending to know how to get around a Maze and ...
... the water park and ice skating.
We returned to the hotel and after talking to Bryan we decided that a trip to Ikea was in order. Patrick wanted no part of this and decided to go to the casino instead of more shopping.
At Ikea Bryan and I browsed the store and ended up spending just under a hundred dollars ...
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