Best Western Airport Inn
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It's 04:30 and someone has let crickets in this suite - really?! Ohhh ... Argh - it's the alarm. Time to get to Calgary International airport to fly Air Canada to Toronto. The CR-V is stored at Park2Go and I'm ready to board by 06:30. I was able to connect with another tour member (Jen) in the departures lounge which was great. I got a window seat so I was able to keep track of things, until the gravol kicked in - I lost part of Saskatchewan and most ...
... halfway around the World in Copenhagen, so far removed from that moment of sorrow. Perhaps it was all just a matter of coincidence, but perhaps it truly was an instance of divine providence - it's impossible to say, but seeing that quote once more was another reminder of why we were there.
So eat dessert first we did, both literally and figuratively - bringing ourselves to the brink of diabetic comas as we sampled as many pastries ...
... we were leaving to go back home and we knew what we were up against.
….um…. I will never under estimate the power of a transatlantic trip with kids again…..
But I’m getting ahead of myself.
The night before we left on our return trip, we were organizing our luggage and I was trying desperately to wish the Blog alive again by checking my email over and over…as if that would be all that was needed to ...
... time" list. We woke nice and early to pack up the tent and get the rental car for my brother to drive back to Calgary and for me to drive through to Whistler. I left Jasper around 9am and was expecting to be in Whistler by around 6pm. The drive was beautiful and didn't seem awfully long which was good. When I was about 2hours from Whistler, the fun thing called a flat tire happened! Yay for me! Luckily enough it was in peak time when people were coming back into the city from the weekend ...
... the skyline, a stunning river walk, and the EPCOR Centre for Performing Arts (where I will be back to create theatre with One Yellow Rabbit in July). Today proved to be a much-needed chance to stretch my legs and recharge. I am really looking forward to perfor ming in this city tomorrow. e-of-performing-arts.jpg]