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- Pets allowed
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... able to see out the window," said BJ. "Yeah," agreed AJ, "last time we were on a plane we were in the suitcase in the dark. This is much better." The plane came to a brief stop and then, with a roar of its engines, started thundering down the runway and then took off into the air. "This is great," they said as the watch out the window. They could see the ground steadily get further away. "Wow!" said AJ, "we're in the clouds" The plane climbed up through the clouds until ...
The week was passing all too quickly, and time spent with friends was planned for Monday afternoon. We originally planned to hike but the sky was threatening rain so the large group of us that had gathered at the Milne's house decided to stayed there. Along with Meg and Jordan Milne, Hannah McCorrie and I there was Becky and Hannah Elliott and James Caudery (from Melbourne). We spent a really enjoyable evening chatting, playing games, cooking and baking, (or ...
... t seen before (rush hour now with traffic) and we finally found the Swiss Chalet. Boy was Jill way out we were on the other side of Brampton must have been an old location.
Julia at Swiss Chalet has been serving Marg for many years and was pleased to finally meet us plus she knows Marg's health is getting worse everyday and it is good we have come now as she may not know us in a few years time. Julia took a photo of us and we ...
... with the computers going down and having handwritten boarding passes. We did have a six hour layover in Warsaw, but what the heck it let me catch up on the blog. We did have a baby two rows in front that shamelessly let us know throughout most of the eight hour trip what he thought of flying. The parents did all they could to quiet and comfort the child, but if they are going to scream . . . they are going to scream! I would also ...
... The grass and ground is wet from the night but we still have to quickly take down all the tents... You would think it was easier to take them down than to set them up but you are mistaken!!! Fitting these tents into those small bags again is a pain and has a sweating quite a bit.
The kids enjoy bagels and doughnuts for breakfast, run it all off again within a tag game we play afterward and then we are all on the bus home again... Dead ...