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... back at Geneva at around 9:15 after the most incredible ride of my life. The plan was to be in Geneva this morning, however that changed when we arrived and enjoyed the Jungrou region so much. We felt so much better about our decision when we arrived in Geneva to pouring rain. A quick walk through the airport to our transport had us at our airport accommodation. Ready and prepared for our 6:20am flight to Paris tomorrow morning. I must say very quickly that despite the extreme ...
... 100kmh. After sitting in traffic for 2 hours on the m23 we hit the tunnel at which point we had our 2nd causality of the trip. The first I forgot to mention occurred when we decided to steal the 12 foot bar sign from the party - plan went smoothly until Johnny attempted to put it in the car through the boot and duly knocked off the rear view mirror, dash cam and smashing the light. Most devastatingly however Big Man John managed to leave his Reeboks ...
Today was Riley's first doctor appointment. Nothing wrong just his routine appointment but it was his first appointment with a Swiss doctor. I was looking forward to starting to get him in the system and back into his routine appointments. Plus establishing a relationship with someone if we had any issues. Also thought it would be interesting to see the differences between Canada and Swiss.
There were really no major issues we wanted to discuss except Riley's speech. ...
... It didn't have the slower, relaxed pace that Geneve does. I didn't know it when we moved here nor did I realize it right away but it is quite a relaxed city. It's nice we both agree with like the slower pace here.
It was nice having Phil at the park with else. For the most part it's just me and Riley. It's great but it's also nice to see Phil and him having fun. Plus Phil being here ...
It was a 5km uphill ride against the wind. I am definitely
unfit. And I am also looking forward to riding in tomorrow -
it should all be downhill with the wind at my back.
I got back to the smiles of the youngest son and got to meet
the eldest. I am envious of these boys.