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Our numbers increased today as we ordained Lily, Brindley, Bob, Captain Mark & Gina (Our Canada tour Rep) into Salvation Brass whilst we are on tour! Arriving at THQ we had lunch with Canada & Bermuda's Territorial Commander, Commissioner Susan McMillan. Dean launched a competition to see how many people could get a high-five off Commissioner McMillan! (...the result was ...
... nests were sighted. It reminded me that soon, this forest of Maples will be full of sap and ready to tap when the sap runs.
Libby stopped the horses in a field behind Riverbend Acres so that we can make snow angels to add to her collection. The wind must have blown the snow into a drift here, because it was soft and deep. One thing I miss from the West Coast (when it does snow) is the heavy wet snow that you ...
After a brief nap back at the B&B, adventure awaits at the Avon Theatre.
"Too much sanity may be madness--and maddest of all--to see life as it is, and not as it should be."--Don Quixote, Man of la Mancha
This year's critics may suffer from the illness of sanity in the quote. Many appear to have made up their minds before entering the Avon Theatre, categorizing "Man of La Mancha" as a castoff relic of the 1960s and referring to it ...
... having a great time with fellow volunteers. In the end it didn't take too long for me to make the decision that Vietnam was certainly the place I wanted to volunteer and explore for 6 weeks!
At this moment I still know little about Vietnam besides the war but I intend to rectify this with further research on the local culture and customs, buying a good book or 2 about Vietnamese life, and immersing myself ...
... with my dad and by brother. That evening we headed into Brantford to visit our good friends the Macphees. Wayne is a former teammate of mine from our hockey days at UPEI. It was great to see him and his wife Tara and their daughter Mackenzie, they are doing well.
We then headed into Toronto on Friday to see our friends the Pizzeys. Their youngest son Brad was playing in a prospects tournament and had a great game, picking up a goal ...