Best Western Rainbow Country Inn
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... replaced them with brick so now they are all standing. It is very unusual to have brick buildings around here. They also had some murals as well as life sized chainsaw carved statues. But they had no Denny’s as this was where Jenny had intended to have breakfast.
The rain was replaced with cloud and then we could see some breaks as we headed toward the mountain. The road was lined with huge trees which nearly covered the road. I think ...
... Elementary (10:30am and 1:00pm)
Thursday May 8: Rosedale Traditional Community School (9:00am)
Watson Elementary (1:00pm)
Friday May 9: Tyson Elementary (9:00am)
Unsworth Elementary (1:00pm)
By the end of this week there will be A LOT of kids impersonating our infamous Awkbird puppet and squawking the word "AWKWARD" in a high-pitched voice.
... war theatre. I can just imagine the advisor to Churchill telling everyone their big secret plan is to make massive boats out of ice. Operation Habukkuk, should you want to look that up.
The next day, we packed everything up and after a short while were back in God's province and our next stop was home.
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... so we headed back over to Capilano River RV Park again. There's really only 2 RV parks relatively close to downtown Vancouver - Capilano & one at Burnaby. We were going to stay at Burnaby for something different but it was double the price so back to Capilano we went... It was a cold overcast day so once we settled in we did some laundry and laps of the park on our bikes :) Sunday 14.04.13: This morning was overcast & cold but by 11am we were sick of ...
... and bought some tacos. They were really nice she had cooked them fresh it was kind of a minced beef with onions and peppers fried with a few spices and wrapped in a soft tortilla wrap yummy. We could have eaten about 10.
Next to the street vendor was the public library which was housed in a really funky building, the library's are always good for free Internet so in we went. Andrew is now a member of Vancouver library :) We decided to do ...