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... sign that I don't remember seeing in the Midwest, "No one should force you to work or prostitution." This phrase is in seven languages. Human trafficking really must be an issue here in the Northwest.
After about a 2+ hour drive, we approached the CN border and were greeted by multiple signs and also signs reminding us we were now measuring in the metric system. Dick changed our speedometer to metric, so that we knew if we ...
... Passing through Field, we see Elk on the river flats and Lynden is lucky enough to snap a Coyote that had just caught what looks like a squirrel for morning tea. The history of the building of the rail continues as we pass over Stoney Creek Bridge and other bridges across creeks. Past beautiful lakes, through the 8km Connaught tunnel. The train slows for us to take a photo of the site of The Last Spike of the CP Rail at Craigellachie. ...
... turns up, we find that we can pay $3 for a return trip, as distinct from $5 for a two-way trip if purchased at the visitor centre. Murray is planning on looking at the museum exhibits then going back to the ship, but Dianne talks him into having a drink at the cafe. However, there is a 20 minute wait, so we finish looking at the museum, then head back to the ship for lunch. About 2pm Murray is at his usual position out on the decks surveying the scenery, and Dianne goes ...
... and sent her on her way. It was nice, but tasted better because it was free.
As we got back to the water by Science World, the Dragon boat festival was being set up. A few stalls were open but not many people about. One little stand, however, was giving out free slushies. Being suckers for (more) free stuff, we couldn't resist! We walked back to the house with our treats and settled in for the night, with another big day planned for tomorrow.
... To check in was forever, we were on one side of the airport and we had to be on the other side. It is very chaotic at the airport. In the end we had to run through the airport to catch our plane whew! The plane ride was 14 hours and 40 mins. The kids got spoiled with goodies from the crew. Dave watched 5 or 6 movies. Daisie slept, watched tv and me and Emma cuddled/nursed/slept the whole time! The ...