Days Inn Guelph
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... flying above the clouds in the sunshine. AJ and BJ settled back and enjoyed the flight. Watching out of the window, reading the in flight magazine and listening to the announcements that came over the loudspeaker from time to time. The people in the uniform walked up and done the aisle making sure everything was fine. They checked that everyone had their seat belts on. AJ and BJ shared the seatbelt for there seat and felt very safe when they had it on. A long time later, ...
... cooking and baking), playing music and singing praise. A few rolls of thunder and flashes of lightning and then the rain came pelting down; it was lovely just sitting on the porch and experiencing God's power in the weather. A spontaneous sleepover was proposed for the girls and while Hannah M sadly had to return home, I was able to stay as Becky, Hannah M and I had planned to meet up the following day anyway.
Tuesday dawned grey and early, at ...
We arrived, with absolutely no delay in traffic, at the airport at 3:00. By the time we had gotten the luggage out of the trunk and hugged MK (with only a few requisite reminders) it was 3:05. We were through check in and security and at our gate by 3:20. That was scarily too easy. Obviously this trip is doomed.
We are flying Aer Lingus, which sound slightly naughty, but I won't make a cunning pun as this is ...
... laughed, watched movies, attempted to sleep, and even created a short movie trailer. Before they knew it the captain was turning off the seatbelt sign and asking them to deplane. Of course they could not leave before getting a video and some pictures in the cockpit of the plane. I must say that these well travelled young ladies were a pleasure to travel with. We finally made it to Beijing and joined the ...
Whilst in Grand Prairie Steven put us in touch with a workshop who sorted out our air conditioner. As we had hoped it just needed re-gassing.
We walked a bit with Susan along the greenbelt near the house, drove to see Steven’s car dealership and I even got a ride on the back of Taylor’s quad bike when her Dad brought it home after some repairs. We were also amazed that it is legal in Alberta to drive on a car on a Learner’s
Licence at ...