Travelodge Hotel Chilliwack
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and we got to see our favourite container train all colourful.
We are staying in Chilliwack tonight so I can catch the bus into town tomorrow to meet Lachlan and Tammie. I am very excited to see them. Kaff is driving back to the Loops after dropping me off.
We are right next to Sears department store and they happened to have a big sale on at the moment so we went over and nundged the plastic a bit more...I will be on food rations when I get ...
For Halloween we punched down Highway #1 East to our Exchange buddies Robyn and Bob's place in Chilliwack. From there we made our way to Keith (The Roughrider!) and Luanne's place to 'celebrate' Halloween! We were amazed at the lengths people go to when dressing up.
... behind him on my bike just looking around, waiting... Then he looks at me & I see a bird has got him *splat* right between the eyes - no idea how it got him there but we could both not stop laughing. It's good luck though right? :) On a more positive note while we were stopped we saw a seal playing in the waters just off shore. It was pretty cool to see and we would have been long gone & missed it if not for that bird haha. We did our second loop and by the time ...
Once back in the main town (I say town but mean a tiny little truck stop place) we had a look around the chainsaw carvings that seemed to be everywhere. They are impressive that they can get them so detailed considering it is all done with a chainsaw. Apparently the have alot of competitions where they only have a weekend to create something out of a massive log. Wish there had been one going on as I think that would have been fun to see but as it was we had to settle ...
... show with two 3rds. I am always amazed at how many parents spent all their spare time and spare cash on their children (and horses are bloody expensive). Is this action a way of meeting failed objectives during their childhood and living their dreams through being a pushy parent or do they genuinely want the very best for their child? I was thinking about how much time my parents (especially my mum) spent supporting my dancing, sporting and ...