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... troubles getting up again. I need to find a rhythm in which I stay energetic and sleepy at the same time (energetic during the day and at the end of the day sleepy of course).
I also went to Mr Perich's class this Friday, because Marloes stayed at home. It was different in her class and Mr Perich also doesn't seem to be in the need of more hands to help. conclusion: I prefer Mrs Clarke's classes. I might try and find different teachers who ...
... face looked disappointed. Fortunately the woman made a short phone call and told us if we hurried, we could still go with this one. YAY! Thank you, chief. So I paid 31,something and there we went. Following a young man, walking with all our heavy luggage. That was a long walk too with 3 rolling suitcases, a backpack and two laptops. But finally, we were there. On the ferry. 10:13. Right on time. On the 6th floor. ...
... and the cougars as we met many others on the trail, many walking dogs so we werent worried which was nice! Although some of the dogs had bear bells attcahed to their collars so the bears will have heard them a mile off and run in the opposite direction.....maybe we should get some bells!
It was a nice walk but we finished it quicky so we decided to visit the town of Cumberland for a look around! Cumberland is an old coal mining town ...
... which had a kilometre long conveyor belt and a couple of open pools. We parked in the parking lot and left at 11am to trek the 6kms and 800m elevation to Arnica Lake. The estimated trek to the top was 2-5 hours so we knew it would take a while. The trail wouldn’t itself through old growth forest and before long we came to the waterfall which tumbled steeply over the granite steps. Next came the never-ending switchbacks over a poorly maintained trail that had ...
... Grove was dry and quite warm.
Continuing to the East coast of the Island was uneventful. We chose Highway 19A for a while and stopped at Qualicum Beach for a coffee.
On to Campbell River and the best welcome yet at Holly House. A cold beer, some cheese, pate, biscuits and olives on the porch overlooking the Straits of Georgia and a ...
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