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just a quick update tonight... left Whistler this morning (great place) & followed the sea to sky highway - although we did it sky to sea. great run along the coast to Horseshoe Bay & the seaside! the weather is glorious here so we sat & had a picnic watching the sea & the boats coming & going, then we got a ferry over to …
June 1st, 2015. This is where it begins. We've already sold everything we own. We have moved out of our house and into a shared accommodation. We're cancelling bills and saving money like crazy. For the next 7 months, everything we do is in preparation.
We will start with a trip across the border into Portland, Or. I hear it's a beautiful city. The main purpose for this trip, to log the Original Cache as a find. We are Geocachers. And we love ...
... home. It was meant to be raining today but it actually turned out to be a pleasant day - there was a slightly cold wind but it was still a nice day for walking.
So the forecast rain did arrive last night and brought the wind with it. It was really blowy for most of the night and then this morning so we put the awning back down before we left today. Poor Tobes was getting blown all over the shop! We stopped at reception on our way out & booked a ...
1. Kimchi & Calamari ~ Rose Kent
2. The Woman Who Walked to Russia ~ Cassandra Pybus
3. Underground to Canada ~ Barbara Smucker
4. Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress ~ Dai Sijie
5. Hatchet ~ Gary Paulsen
6. It's All Chinese to Me: An Overview of Culture & Etiquette in China ~ Pierre Ostrowski & Gwen Penner
7. Brian's Winter ~ Gary Paulsen
8. River Town: Tow Years on the Yangtze ~ Peter Hessler
9. The River ~ Gary Paulsen
... rocks several metres from the seals. There were a lot of red starfish and even a couple of the sunburst stars I was hoping to see on our kayak trip. There were small jellyfish floating around too and I definitely got a stinger on my face - the only part of my skin that was exposed. Ed shouted out another warning to us. He pointed at the beach where the seals were lying and I noticed for the first time huge red blobs lying there. It turns out they are ...