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... up packing my backpack for one last time. Joey got off work early so he picked me up for lunch. In the afternoon, Emily and I went for a bikeride through Edmonton with her friend Liselotte. And all the calories we burned during this intense bike through the city were taken care of by Emily’s mom, Kathy, who invited us over for dinner. Max and Hailey were there too, and it was lovely to see Kathy and Cory again as I hadn’t seen them since we stayed with them in Phoenix. I ...
We've made it home but can't really say that we're happy about it. The last month has had a lot happen and our arrival to the tundra was met with dreadfully cold weather.
As I previously alluded to, we left Palm Springs earlier than we had planned. We had paid up to stay there until the end of February but some medical issues forced me to fly home for a week to have some tests done. While in Edmonton I received some unfortunate news that a very ...
... call dry or humid air, but truth is, that since we came, there has been so moisture, nowdays in snow, that we have already so much of it as nowhere in the world and in early December we have at least half a meter already.
Our first winter in Canada in 2011-12 we spent in the mountains of British Columbia, in areas with the highest snowfall in the world. I would say Edmonton does not stay much behind BC when talking about snowfall.
However, we keep still ...
... at Mike and Deb's. We had late nights visiting and fitting in a few games of Settlers. The girls latched on to Jenae whenever she had a spare moment and stayed up way too late most nights. We got together with the grand parents a few times and mom and Dale were troopers, picking us up at 3:30 am for the airport.
We visited with as many friends as possible. We had dinner with our renters Linda and Dean and saw our neighbors Ross and Liz a ...
We rode the huge 2 hours to Edmonton, checked in to the Executive Royal Inn 1.6km from the Mall at 1230 then wandered down the road to the mall. We had intended getting a cab, but when we went to the two parked cabs in the rank, they both hopped in their cars and said they had a pick up and took off. Perplexed we walked to the mall. OK, yes it is big, but, that is ...
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