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... We sat in a stall overlooking the chrome and red vinyl stools. Not only did the room look great, the food was pretty good too.
The next lucky strike was the sun occasionally broke through the fog when we went up into the mountains to view Mt Baker. When we awoke in the morning it was raining and it kept up when we started to drive through Sedro Woolly. This town had all its buildings in the main street burnt down early in the 1900’s ...
It was completely beautiful! We drove for about 2 hours then we got to Hope A.K.A the most beautiful place near Vancouver! It was a neat little town with huge mountains looming from above. We found the place where we were staying to drop our bags off. It was a little motel called Windsor. We wandered around the little town, pgot some ice cream and went ...
... performing is my happy place. This week we will transform 9 quiet and empty gymnasiums into energetic performance spaces. And all in a school district 4000 km away from home. Here is our schedule:
Monday May 5: Bernard Elementary (9:00am)
Chilliwack Central Community School (1:00pm)
Tuesday May 6: Vedder Elementary (9:00am)
Wednesday May ...
... war theatre. I can just imagine the advisor to Churchill telling everyone their big secret plan is to make massive boats out of ice. Operation Habukkuk, should you want to look that up.
The next day, we packed everything up and after a short while were back in God's province and our next stop was home.
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... and bought some tacos. They were really nice she had cooked them fresh it was kind of a minced beef with onions and peppers fried with a few spices and wrapped in a soft tortilla wrap yummy. We could have eaten about 10.
Next to the street vendor was the public library which was housed in a really funky building, the library's are always good for free Internet so in we went. Andrew is now a member of Vancouver library :) We decided to do ...