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... Tyler in boys high ski team but grotty weather and cancelled
It was at Turoa and John and I stayed at Ohakune to watch, bummer but we enjoyed being back in Kune, caught up with some old mates. John enjoying golf and is slowly reducing his handicap he also is the handy man for Lisa and David so sometimes quite busy.
I have been back working for WOHC 3 days a week so keeping out of trouble and still volunteer work ...
... can come as they are and be welcomed as family with dignity and sincerity. I’ve been able to participate in this community by coming to weekly meals, gatherings, and celebrations, where songs are sung, tea and s’mores are served, and relationships are built. To put it simply, it is both a beautiful and messy place. In the short time I’ve been getting to know this community and its values, it has had an impact on me and I have learned so much already.
... eagles!!! One even caught a fish and then enjoyed eating it.
We were famished so headed back to the great Metropolis for some lunch and a wander round, the big boys were happy to find some jeans each although we initially went into the store to find some jeans for me since mine had a big hole in them!
We joined Melvyn, Jocelyn and their friends for dinner at the Mongolie Grill. It was wonderful picking out fresh veggies and meat and see them stir-fryed in front of us. ...
... I did so much yesterday i felt like I didn't have to rush out the door. At around noon, I grabbed the 22 bus and headed toward Kitsilano, home to Kits Beach. I am feeling like the 22 route is like the yellow brick road of Vancouver. Not that I mind, because it's very convenient for me.
I grabbed three ...
... did some shopping, had lunch, ogled the fruits and vegetables (but didn’t buy any since you can’t bring them into the USA) and then completed our trolley tour of the city and headed back to the hotel. At dinner I managed to spill an entire frou-frou drink (a ‘blue horizon,’ named after the hotel) all over myself, staining my clothes and the cloth chair bottom a turquoise blue color forever. Apparently I must have looked pretty pathetic as they brought me ...