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... plan was to go to Africa over the summer. I had already received my Typhoid, Yellow Fever and Tetanus shots. Tetanus is a terrible shot! It will hurt your arm for 2 days straight. This time around I only had to receive some Japanese shot (which is 2 shots over the course of a couple of weeks), and a **** load of pills. 100 malaria, dukoral, some altitude sickness one (I plan on ...
Calgary visit was uneventful but it's big city and growing fast. Then off the see the dinosaurs. See pictures this is a very nice facility at $11.00 each was money well spent. In summer hours can see site excavations but was very well presented and we could have spent longer. Car return to Calgary airport at 3.30 what a smooth pleasant experience. Gives us faith that good service does exist in Canada and we are over Canada! We did have very good service at Earls for ...
... at cousin Carol's house. We painted a door, a door frame, a couple of ceilings, part of a stairway and the upstairs bathroom. I am grateful for frog tape as my vision gets worse and my ability to make a straight line with paint diminishes.
When Cathie and I returned to her house on Tuesday, we saw damage where a neighbor had backed a car through the fence of the house across the street. Curiousity is killing me, but I can't go knock on the door to ...
... to a walk-in clinic but she refuses adamantly. I suggest she drink more water so that the swelling will go down as the less water you drink the more water your body retains - but she's not interested. Her patience are growing thinner and her tempers flair quickly so I know for sure her sugars are off. I'm trying to do my best to help and keep calm but the more I do the worse it gets.
I should have done a scientific experiment and then ...
... since gained world wide recognition. Millions of visitors have visited the now very sophisticated and wonderfully preserved and presented attraction. The following day we pedalled back on the road 'never forgotten' towards Lake Louise to visit Johnston Creek. Again this series of dramatic cataracts were discovered in the Late 19thC by Mr Johnston esq, explorer extraordinaire who only leaves his name in memorium as an ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center