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... around 28 degrees and reasonably sunny skies, which are disturbed by a massive rain shower or thunderstorm every once in a while. That night we went for dinner with Joey and his family to celebrate his birthday. They had made reservations at the Country Club, a fancy restaurant with a beautiful view over the golf course and the famous Edmonton River Valley. I had met Joey’s family when they came to visit him in Utrecht, and it was great to see them again while enjoying a ...
... eat umbrellas and cold, whipping rain that needles through your flesh and chips away at your bones. And I will never, ever complain about Edmonton traffic, not after trying to navigate central London in a CitroŽn land yacht surrounded by angry Londoners.
But there it is. Distilling the experiences of a month long trip into a blog post is a difficult thing to do; much harder than I expected. I'm sure there are other realizations I'll have in the days to ...
... and my time going back home is also knocking the door. I have still some week to stay, so I still want to travel to BC to Revelstoke , where I spent with Romča one great winter season, and where I plan now to stay for skiing week or two. When and where exactly I'll fly out back home I have not decided yet, maybe it will be Vancouver , maybe Seattle, just to see where the better deal is... I usually leave such a big decisions to be made to the very last minute ... :-)
... After all that, we went to White Spot for dinner then went home. I was exhausted from all the socializing and activity. I dont know how the Gerows can keep that level of activity up!
The pictures are of a friend of Rick's. He was exhausted after spending the night with AJ. I got him in trouble which made him cry which made him fall asleep. Poor bugger. I felt awful. But, we all survived. When I get home I'll post the videos of him singing. I hope theycturn out ...
... sits beside me on a plane) arrived. A very disorganized English guy who seemed nice but had bags all over the place and was trying to figure out where to put things.
Right about here an angel....descended down the opposite aisle across from me....and in an angelic voice called "Mr Yamkovy".....I looked....she had a glow about her. I raised my hand.....she looked at me and as if all other noise in the cabin ceased to exist...in the same angelic ...