BEST WESTERN Village Park Inn
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Check in was fast and easy, bed was VERY easy to fall asleep, and check out on the TV was really quick - got me to my meeting on time!
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With the theme that we followed for the past few months, picking a song that was representative of this trip was a no-brainer. My granny will always be with us in some way, so I can think of no song better to honour her memory than with a little John Legend and Lupe Fiasco duet, and a tune called Never Forget You. While I'm at it, I'll throw a little love at my gramps ...
... arrived with her car and picked us up and drove us the 5 minute to the train station. As we were packing our luggage, I am convinced I heard a sigh of relief as we placed Bob Jr. in gently into the back
On the platform, it was like saying goodbye to a very good friend. Though we hadn’t spent any time together to speak of, Isabel has a way of creating an instant connection. Her demeanour is so quiet and loving, Talia took to her right away ...
... white folk in there! We did find a good Chinese restaurant though. "When in Rome"! Later though Pete almost died from a hot pepper caught in his throat! Back at camp we had another big storm with heavy rain and unbelievable wind. No leaks yet! Tomorrow we leave for Whitecourt on hwy22, the cowboy trail, and just one day out of Dawson ...
After Mexico, Washington DC and New York were a good start for the first winter of the season :) However, as I was freezing in NYC with -5 C, I didnīt know that the worst was still to come - Canada!
On my way to Calgary from NYC, I had a three-hour stopover in Ottawa and had time to meet my dear friend, Emilie. She lives in Ottawa and I visited her at the beginning of my journey - in October! It felt really strange to see ...
... knee pads, elbow pads, gloves and a dose of courage, we blast off for a 3 hour hour free fall back down the route we had ascended. Not a seasoned mountain biker, I didn't find the route all that exotic as it was basically the gravel road we had just taken. But I was still suitably challenged and the views were amazing. Encouraged by the young guys in the group, I did try the "short cuts" with spectacular results. Here's to helmets, and knee pads! All in all, it was ...