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... of straight seemed quite foreign. My
frustration level peaked as I wove back and forth across the sky like some
drunken driver. Eventually I got the hang of many quick adjustments with the
stick before I got too far out of line.
conquered, my instructor felt I was ready for phase two-steep turns. No problem
I thought, until he actually demonstrated with a sharp bank to the left. The
glider tilted quickly to the left and my ...
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Much of what we will ...
... replaced them with brick so now they are all standing. It is very unusual to have brick buildings around here. They also had some murals as well as life sized chainsaw carved statues. But they had no Denny’s as this was where Jenny had intended to have breakfast.
The rain was replaced with cloud and then we could see some breaks as we headed toward the mountain. The road was lined with huge trees which nearly covered the road. I think ...
... Elementary (10:30am and 1:00pm)
Thursday May 8: Rosedale Traditional Community School (9:00am)
Watson Elementary (1:00pm)
Friday May 9: Tyson Elementary (9:00am)
Unsworth Elementary (1:00pm)
By the end of this week there will be A LOT of kids impersonating our infamous Awkbird puppet and squawking the word "AWKWARD" in a high-pitched voice.
... on to the next course. This was one was for Charlie only so off he went and navigated his way easily enough. Now on to the classic course, Dan was Charlie's buddy so they had nice blue bibs and set off together. OMG, I do not have a problem with heights but trying to balance along single wires harnessed to a safety line was way out of my comfort zone. Swinging and swaying all over the place, not good. How Dan was coping was beyond me. I caught the boys up just as they got to ...