Compass Point Inn
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Well we are almost on our way. Work is done. We are all packed.
Our kids and grandkids are coming over for a last farewell -- well, hopefully note LAST, LAST.... just sending us off.
It was hard leaving work today because I was so caught up and everything was ...
... to have plenty of time to get through security, get something to eat, and buy some water and tic tac for the flight.
We used Scott's sky miles for the direct flight from Salt Lake City to Vancouver and we talked about getting first class seats, but since it is only a two-hour flight on a CRJ 900, I felt it wasn't worth it because I'd rather save the miles for business class seats to Tahiti ...
... treat at this moment in time. I couldn't even check the live score, never mind stream the game. Thankfully, Anna had her mum sat at home texting with play by play updates (including 'someone's just missed. Shame'. Thanks Gwyneth!), so it was just about bearable.
The game finished before we got to the border (2-1 to Italy in case you really didn't know), which helped, as we were unnecessarily stuck there for an hour. Firstly, we had to get off ...
It’s a beautiful spring day here today. The predicted rain hasn’t materialized, the sun’s shining and there’s a gentle breeze keeping the temperature from soaring above 15 degrees C. I have three challenges to complete today - a trip to Costco, rearrange the furniture in a couple of rooms, and hold Mackenzie for three minutes while Kirsty eats dinner.
Challenge one - Costco. Those of you who ...
... Whyyyy issss cheeeseeee soooo expensiiiiive!!?!? It’s a controlled market. Minimum prices set by the dairy cartel on dairy products in Canada, and heavy taxes on imported product driving up the price of even kraft singles to astronomical prices. For a country that has cheese curds as part of one of its national dishes… it sure is hard to get a hold of dairy for a reasonable amount of cheddar (baddom-tish).
Speaking of cheddar… that place ...