Hampton Inn & Suites Edmonton International Airport
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... I am going to attempt to "pack light" on the trip over to Europe. NO GUARANTEES coming back though; we will probably have two extra suitcases coming back. One for me and one for Chris.... but really two for me.. TeeHee! WoooooHoooooo Airline E-Tickets came in today.... Thank God for small miracles. By the way... I am the only person that goes shopping to go on vacation? What ever happened to just dropping everything and go. I needed the right pants that zip off ...
... Hill resort near Edmonton, the day when it was minus 30 degrees but beautifully sunny. In that such a cold day, hardly anybody wants to go out, nor skiing at all, so the ski hill was practically empty. However, we did ski , and we enjoyed it very much. It was cold, I admit, but it was really worth the few hours endurance.
What Canada, except its wonderful unspoilt nature, constantly fascinates and motivates me in positive way, is the system of solidarity. ...
Today is the day. It is all about Rick winning. We've all got our game faces on and we're ready to do this!
But, before it all starts, Rick takes me to Marks to buy new rain gear. I sent the other stuff home because its gray. I determined the other day, with the awful rains, that I needed bright rain gear to be more visible. I already knew that, but that ride convinced me!
Rick and I had a great laugh with the gal at Marks. She couldn't stop laughing. ...
... as I can think of I usually tell people it is a system of design for human abodes that is self sustaining based on ecological principles. Essentially the goal of a permaculture set-up is to feed yourself but also ensure that everything you take out of the environment is cycled back into the environment (ie. grey water systems and composting). Furthermore, one of the most important elements of permaculture theory is that a person should have to ...
... the highway at Leduc which is where oil was first discovered in Alberta. A short time later we rolled into the info centre on the outskirts of Edmonton.
We gathered our brochures and had a bite to eat before hitting the West Ed Mall to kill a few hours. Edmonton looks a lot different in the summer compared to when we were there in January. Everything is green and there are golden patches of wild canola next to the highway. After an enjoyable game of mini golf, ...