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... guess, I clarified that if for some reason she lacked a travel companion, I would be willing to sacrifice myself in order to go with her. I was being silly of course but last fall Lisa contacted me, said she wanted to cash in on her grad gift/vacation and furthermore would I go with her? Well. I thought about that for about a millisecond and said I'd love to. It's been over 30 years since I traveled in Europe and it is indeed a pleasure and a honour to be doing so with ...
... at a small fish place just off the water in an attached harbor called Dick's. It was a great will place with small boats everywhere and an overweight golden retriever who must have been a regular as there were signs posted of him that advised patrons to not feed him to prevent the food from going "straight to his hips." I gambled and went with the fried oyster burger which ended up being really good. Huge, but good. Tan has a grilled fish wrap which ...
I can't wait to go to Victoria this weekend. We will leave on Friday right after school. And I also can't wait to go snowboarding. Something I've never done but I really really want to try it before spring break, owing to the huge snowfall of the past 3 days. It nearly stopped snowing AT ALL. The snow almost comes up to your knees at some places. This Monday was a snow-day, which meant a day off.
Last Friday we went bowling with the whole ...
... skated on plastic ice in Canada. It's not that easy to skate on it because it's not that smooth and slippery. But there was one boy who was entertaining everyone. He was singing and dancing on the ice and he knew the lyrics to every song that was played. I laughed my pants off (not literally). And now we're back home and I'm cold, but we're watching 'Wie is de Mol?' so that makes it more relaxing.
I'm going to sleep now. Ciao.
... the surrounding communities . The coastal forest of the trail was quite a change from the drier landscape of the Okanagan and the mountains; very lush with lots of ferns, very large Douglas firs and cedars.
Then it was off south to Victoria for a few days before taking the ferry to Port Angeles, Washington. Victoria is a beautiful small city with loads of old world charm, natural beauty, interesting history, an outdoor lifestyle and funky neighborhoods- ...
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