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What a week! I feel like the school week passed as fast as a lightning! Yet, I have done a million things. Only on Monday, I have visited 5 classes and helped at the library as well. I definitely had enough exercise, while running from class to class. I have done new things in the school this week: helping out a class of Grade 2s and assisting in a resource class with Cathy, who is helping some students with phonological difficulties.
... hungry enough for dinner. Unsure if we were going to find anything open at this time on Christmas night, Dad and I went outside to walk anyway. We ended up finding a bakery that was open 24 hours, and was actually really full of people. We bought sausage rolls and pasties which was the perfect dinner.
What an amazing day! I am so grateful for my resilient, strong family, and for the opportunity to spend Christmas in stunning ...
... then ask for the hotel guest wifi key so we can connect with our hosts….he smiles widely & lets us log on for free. What a sweetie!
Within 5 minutes of Lyn & Ed arriving we seem to all fit like we’ve known each other for a while…I guess we have, via the kids & Facebook (I met their Son Cole, in Venice in 2009 & their Son Mackenzie’s ex Girlfriends’ Sister Libby & her friend Christine came to ...
... and the females. Around about are a few half-eaten salmon remains, which are pretty fresh. But no actual bears put in an appearance. We take a quick look in the rainforest itself - a lush green mass of moss, fallen trees, lichens and ferns, with bear paths running through. It's like another world again, and it would be nice to see a bear in this environment too. But no. We're out of time, and head back to pack for the journey ...
... up on the one-way, anti-clockwise route around the park. Stanley Park is a big green area jutting out of the north west corner of downtown and is great for cycling, rollerblading, running and general wandering around, being mostly traffic-free. It's surrounded by the river and estuary, and affords good views over various areas of town. It also has a collection of old First Nation totem poles, most of which have interesting back-stories, ...