Holiday Inn Sherwood Park Conference Center
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... technology how the world is changing - I actually was able to get my Rwanda visa online. Summary: visas stressful. I will not bore you with details. Second to the stress of ensuring I got all my paperwork and finances together is PACKING! I am an over packer. I admit that. But telling a notorious over packer they can only take one bag of 20kg and a daypack seemed absurd! I excel at being an over packer. I know how to work the system packing ...
About 3 years ago I attended our 4H provincial leaders conference. Mark
Shand did a presentation on his experience going to Tanzania for a 4H
conference. My spidey senses went off and that was the start of this
We started the 4H Odyssey club almost 2
years ago and so the story begins. We've had chili dinners, pie
auctions, bottle drives, a magic show, sold sausage,flowers ...
... and this is what Dan and Nat aspire to ( they'll need a housekeeper too!). We go to Whyte Ave which is the Newtown of Edmonton but in mini version. It's cold so Dan's suggestion is the famous beer pub for lunch. It has apparently over 40 beers on tap or some such thing, me being so interested in beer! It's nice though and I drink the first whole glass of beer in my life, an iced tea beer! ...
This was Mom's first trip to Alberta... I had already been to this beautiful province so I was excited to share this awesome place with her.
Our trip started in Edmonton at the International Airport (just outside the city of Edmonton).
At the airport, we picked up our rental car that was with Hertz. The rental car was a red Ford Focus. This rental car was great to drive and was cheap on ...
... extensive badlands in Canada and riverside habitat the large continuous stands of cottonwood trees.
The Royal Tyrell Museum has a field station in the park located in the same building as the visitor center. On one of our guided tours they took us into the preparation lab where we saw some of the fossils being worked on. We took advantage of some of the guided walks however wet weather on one of the tours meant we could not go into ...