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... day as it came and perhaps having days where I would do nothing at all other that check out the local area where I had stayed the night before. I'm ok with that; I saw amazing things, had wonderful times visiting with family in Edmonton, Alberta; Mackenzie, BC; and Kamloops, BC, and met dozens of interesting people along the way.
Gear - Half of the equipment on the bike was for camping... I only camped one night out of 32! If I wasn't ...
... heavy until the other side of Barrie. Then the drive was really quite pleasant. Not too many vehicles, the road was really smooth and the terrain was starting to change. Doug likes the rocks....
We like our room and look forward to getting a good sleep.
Hopefully the forecast is wrong cause it looks like 100% rain in the morning....oh well.
It's all good. Right ...
... to begin. As hard as it is thinking about missing my last semester at Laurier with my wonderful roommates and friends, I know that I have made a decision that will change me in a positive way forever. I not only have the opportunity to travel through Europe, but I have the opportunity to learn about so many other cultures, and challenge myself in new situations that may be intimidating or scary. I am so lucky ...
... to Acton. The anticipation is building every minute we are waiting, we can almost feel the airport and the upcoming adventures we will have. The excitement has finally set in to say the least, our bags are packed, travel clothes are on and the camera is charged.
Now, off to the airport we go, to begin our adventure. We will see you all in a few weeks!
-Amanda and ...
... me and even though I had met some amazing friends who have stuck by me through thick and thin, there was always a part of me that felt like Laurier wasn't meant to be. During these first two years, I was constantly looking forward to being done school and having the opportunity to in a sense 'start my life’. Looking back on it now, I was so negative about the entire university experience however I never really gave it much of a chance. Third year ...