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... 353;ak prudké změny počasí nejsou ničím neobvyklým. Lidé tu rádoby s žertem říkávají, že když se ti nelíbí počasí, počkej půl hodiny a třeba budeš spokojen. Takové dny, jaký byl ten dnešní, jsem tu sám zažil již několik. Počasí tu dělá skutečně divy. Jeden den je mínus 5 se sněžením, zataženo jako v pekle, další den může být mínus 30, slunečno, ...
... sad to be leaving such great people and my support system. You have all been so good to me as I have researched, debated, booked, and planned this trip. My parents even put up the Christmas tree early for me just so I could enjoy it (Being the good Germans they are they like to put it up when Christmas is basically over :p ). I will miss you all. Send lots of updates and I hope to do the same for you. I better get to bed seeing that my flight is in ten ...
- Tarantula tastes like dirt
- You are almost certain to lose money crossing a border with Thailand
- Always have toilet paper with you
- Don't antagonize scavenger monkeys that surround you looking for food; especially not the larger male of the pack
- We are very good at getting lost
- Asian people really love their car horns
- We are not big fans of Indian ...
... that I have seen more of Alberta during my motorcycle rides in the last 3 years than I had driving in my car for the last 30 years. Alberta in the summer is a wonderful Province to explore. I won't go into winter in Alberta because instead of rambling about it, it would become a rant! I hate Alberta winters!
Last year, I put just over 13,000 km on my motorcycle and I hadn't left Alberta. This year, ...
... in front of the Sikanni campground so we pass those by. Pink Mountain will be open. We stop for fuel at Pink Mountain, and Val says she does not like the looks of the campground so we move on to the next one up the road. It’s closed, and the next one, and the next one. So here we are at Charlie Lake which is about 50 miles from Dawson Creek. Yikes!
The Charlie Lake campground is very nice with a nice big grassy area for dogs. The more urgent problems ...