Mariaggi's Theme Suites Hotel
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... the festivities. Not sure how the youngest in the crowd couldn't make it to midnight (with a nap before hand).
Long faces, and "I don't want to go back" were spoken, as well as "I understand". There was no applause as the wheels touched down, and "welcome to Winnipeg" by the pilot was met with a sarcastic comment echoed by those seated in front.
The trip was great, and when C asked me what my favorite ...
... hexagonal shape with a total of 40 guns around the sides. It was supposed to keep the French out of the area, but unfortunately when La Perouse ( who came to Sydney) arrived he captured it without a shot being fired.
After a short break back at the hotel we were off again to be taken on a dog sled ride. This was at Gerald & Jenafor Blue Sky Mush dog establishment. They had about 20-30 all outside most with a kennel. Each dog was chained but had ...
... days) so she treated Sarah, my two cousins, and I to an Easter egg hunt. We spent the morning frantically searching for chocolate eggs. It was magical and made me feel right at home. After that we all sat down to a nice breakfast before saying our goodbyes.
I am learning to really enjoy driving days and was ...
... isn't too far away, and we enjoyed another yummy dinner before we settled down to another...you guessed it...Chuckathon, yay! We just can't get enough of this show, so thank goodness they made 91 episodes, (not that anyone's counting) because I'll be sad to come to the end of it.
The next day was the first one in more than a week when I didn't have anything booked to go to, nor anyone booked to come over, so it was time to relax and chill out at home, if ...
... after the snowfall the kids were all out on the oval rolling enormous snowballs, until the grass began to appear because they'd used so much of it! They might have been over it by the end of April, but in the true spirit of childhood, were all ready to get excited about it again by November! They particularly love building snow forts, and I found a group one day snuggled down behind a giant wall of snowballs to escape the wind chill. The classes had the chance just before ...