Pacific Inn Resort and Conference Centre
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... when I
got too far out of alignment with the
tow plane, than john. And also, he was a personal friend so I felt less
pressure to keep working through the difficult times and more inclined to say,
“you have control!!” We managed to find some lift and did some thermalling, and
while I was prepared to feel sick as we flew in continous small circles to the
sound of the vario beeping and letting us know we were still in strong lift, I
never did get nauseous. ...
... and expanded on by the ladies of the house so, 24 hours of scraping, sanding, brushing and rolling (and two trips to the store to get more paint) later, it’s finally finished. Kirsty inspects. “Do you think that maybe that colour is a bit too ….” “Nope!” “But don’t you have some of that other paint lef….” “No. I threw it ...
... 160; What a friendly bunch these Canadians are! Time for a quick stop at the hardware store. Kirsty’s pantry is a bit dark so I want to get one of those handy little battery lights. A friendly guy named Bob asks if he can help. "Sure, do you have any closet lights?" (Note my amazing grasp of the local lingo.) “<i>We sure do. We have a whole section of closet latches.” ...
... Island where I went for the day with Andy. It was a short 20 minute ferry ride with beautiful scenery to get there. We had a walk around the island which was green and beautiful. We saw a salmon ladder and a salmon full on jumped out of the water when we walked past a lake. Pretty cool to see.
The other island I have been to is Vancouver Island. I went there last week and stayed in Victoria, the capital of BC, for the night. Victoria was great, almost like coming back ...
Before the sun had even come up, we were awake and getting ready for our race. At 5:30, we met in one of the hotel rooms and cooked up eggs for breakfast before heading back over to Seawheeze. When we got to the starting line, about 10,000 people clad in Lululemon were clamoring to line up with the different waves, which were to start six minutes apart. David, Kelsey, and Charles went up to the first wave, while I went to ...