Dressel's Jordan Valley Campground
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... people in the crowd, sipping milky tea to settle my stomach for the journey ahead. Finally I went to line up at the platform and, what do you know, there was a queue of thirty or forty Mennonites waiting in line before me, with more flocking into the station to join them. My heart flipped. How were we all going to fit onto the bus? Nervously biting my lip, I exchanged anxious words with a lady heading to Barrie and then marched up to the station ...
... I will try to give you a sense. Before I begin, however-- If you can imagine me laughing like a hyaena and harder and longer than Peter Loughlin, you can imagine our train experience at around 4:00 a.m. this morning!! If not, you have truly never seen the indescribable! If you think I am exaggerating, just ask Mary for, as we all know, she can be counted upon to speak the truth and avoid such overreaction. Today, I will work to give you a narrative ...
... taste and how something
about coming in from fresh air made beer taste better.
As he had sat there in the lodge he had tried to remember the name of
the poet who spoke about smoking a cigar and simply smoking it and getting lost
in the smoking of it, but he could only recall the person who told him about
it. So instead he had watched the fire and felt its warmth against his jeans. The
sun had come in through the window ...
... it. I'm also aiming to learn "hello" and "thank you." She very kindly included other pronunciation tips: 'w' is pronounced 'oo' (unless it's after g - then it's just w), 'dd' is pronounced 'th', 'f' is pronounced 'v', and 'ff' is pronounced 'f'. Welsh seems like a complicated language to read.
I finished The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. It was somewhat sad, but very good and, ...
... It was a glorious day, sun out and no wind. I did the unthinkable and took the parker & jumper & beanie off and wore my sunhat for the first time - alas short lived. By 3pm the sun had vamoosed, and the wind was back with a vengeance - akin to Mel. Loads of joggers, bikes, prams & dogs - everyone has a pooch and then there is the multitude of canine speciality stores to supply the latest and greatest to these spoilt ...
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