Travel Blogs from Camrose
... we found odd since it gets so hot and basements keep cool)
- There really are THAT many people in Hong Kong; the foot traffic is more congested than vehicle traffic
- There is very little english in mainland China
- Small children wear assless pants in China
- When a chinese person asks you for a picture they don't want you to TAKE the picture they want you to BE IN ...
... take a picture where or if I feel like it.
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... of we start thinking about supper – we’re starved. Problem is that we only have 30 amp power at this camp site, and the microwave will only run on half power. So it’s Dinty Moore Beef Stew for supper, and you’d be surprised how delicious it is.
We did pass through some unbelievably beautiful country today. We saw 8 woodland bison, and 8 or so caribou, and one dead moose by the side of the road.
We have ...
i just realized the most amazing thing... for the first time in the last couple of years, i can look at photos from a couple of summers ago with a calm and peaceful heart. i can think about what has happened, all of it, and feel okay with it. even the really painful stuff, and the memories that turned from wonderful to horrible as subsequent events changes the colouring and context, even the stuff that has caused me to feel like i've aged a ...
... Calgary. They invited my to join them on to Shambhala in Salmo BC. Their persistance paid off as I eventually agreed and Could not now imagine missing that opportunity. Made my way back to Edmonton for the Fringe Festival and took time away from that to attend the Edmonton Labatt Blues Festival. The Blues Festival was the only one I went to with tickets like a regular attender rather than being involved. ...