Days Inn & Suites Revelstoke
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Arriving into Revelstoke was our first real view of Canada's notorious outdoor scenery. We first set off for a scenic drive through Revelstoke National Park. The further we drove into the park the more snow covered trees we saw. Before we knew it everything around us was covered with snow, and two park rangers had closed the road to the top. After …
... if workshop equipment is considered, more than most. There was, therefore, no moral high ground to make us feel good about this. The one bright spot for Team Elephant was the months we spend away from our stuff, with everything we need within arms' reach. This discipline has, at the least, confirmed the obvious. You don't need stuff to be happy.
The WA-20 had many delights other than the opportunity for social commentary. It is, ...
... feels better than creating something that hasn't been seen before and sharing it with the world.
I vow to always FOLLOW MY ART, wherever it may take me. I am ready to shift my focus to my own goals and theatrical dreams. Up next: One Yellow Rabbit's Summer Lab Intensive in Calgary with Denise Clarke. Here's to the creative future.
... 2ish. The next day, Steph, Bree and I were the very few who snowboarded, everyone else got ****** at the pub. We still had a good day, bluebird once again. Bree and I paid $20 each for 2 days on the lifts! Such a cheap trip, we paid $120 before we left for accom/bus. Twisty also spent the left over money on grog for the bus home, $400 worth. Party bussed all the way home and arrived back around 7.30pm. We kicked on at Stephs joint for a bit but were pretty knackered, bed before ...
I MADE IT!
And I'm very happy to shout about it. Especially after one of my toughest weeks to date. Going solo again, I rode through the beautiful, fertile Okanagan valley where fruit stands bursting with colourful local produce line the highway. But autumn has definitely fallen this side of the Rockies with night time temperatures below freezing, plus a spell of stormy wet weather it has made camping, and cycling a cold, challenging pass time. I also completed my ...