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We moved on in the late afternoon towards Lloydminster. We had hoped to explore that town a bit and stay at a campground there because Pats grandparents had homesteaded there in the 1920s when her father was a toddler. After a couple of days of small quiet farm towns, we were unpleasantly surprised to find a chaotic mess of endless strip malls and traffic clogged with traffic lights.
The campground we had in mind turned out to be right off the ...
... some time and chatting with my new friend. She was filling me in on some of the things that the cockatoos did around the area. Pretty funny....as a tourist that is. So in not time the bus was there, it was a mini van bus...with a trailer attached. The driver was from China .. I think.
Either way....I paid him...hopped in the front seat as the bus was full and for the next 30 minutes was subjected to some form of brutal body abusing massage. I ...
... next to his body and we wrapped the camera up to get it to close up. It was b....y cold!!! We love it. By the end of the run the dogs had stars of ice around their eyes and off their whiskers.
We do have pictures of this but can't post them until we get home.
Due to the amount of snow that fell (while we where on the train up to Jasper from Prince George and overnight) the Icefields Parkway down to ...
... next flight...and I got me upgrade the downside was that I had to kill 4 more hours.....and I think the time zones were catchin up to me fast....as I was fading fast. I could barely keep me eyes open. So I found a chair in the lounge...and parked it. It took everything in me to stay awake...I think it was the cognac. So the time to get on the plane finally arrived and they had a 767...so I got a pod for the 1 hour flight. LOL. I forced myself to ...
... me when I mentioned the trip. My standard answer: "I don't know but I want to find out!" Heidi had the opposite experience, many people told her that Boise was a fun place to go. Personally, it really doesn’t matter it is the trip, the company and the shopping.
The other day, Heidi and I touched base just to iron out a few details; what time she will pick me up, what should I ...