Dressel's Jordan Valley Campground
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... suggestions. I could spin this trait into a description of myself as open to experience, as a free spirit, as spontaneous, but what I really am is touristically lazy.
And now, instead of looking up tourist attractions, I will either continue reading the appropriately-titled book The Vacationers by Emma Straub or start re-reading A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson. My kind of research :)
... aunt’s cottage and it meant so much to me. It was an absolutely perfect weekend. I hadn’t cried and laughed that hard in a while. I really cant wait to get back to the cottage this summer and share my stories on the dock with some beers!
Figuring out my courses has not been fun for the past few days. The courses are set up differently in Austria than at Laurier and it makes it much more frustrating when trying to make sure courses do ...
... to meeting everyone (in person) and making new friendships.
... til next time,
Phil & Sandra
(and SCRUBS too)
GO CANADA GO GO CANADA GO GO CANADA GO GO CANADA GO
... our travels. Gabe is laughing as he has bought much less ice hockey stuff than me and he's the fan! But my pride of place purchase so far is my Red Sox jersey. Have to go now as I want to watch the curling on tv....lol! Its like lawn balls on ice. The ladies are on...if I can find a rink that is willing to let me have a go...I'll send photos of me spreadeagled on the ice trying to push the rock or with a 'broom' in my hand...spreadeagled on the ...
This post is a bit delayed as we have now been home for about 4 days. The rest of our time in Colombia was amazing - and VERY hot. However, in this post I just want to bring our whole adventure to a close. The whole experience has been absolutely unforgettable.
I can sum it up in:
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