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... got wind of this he was
arrested and they went looking for the fish, which was still in the fridge, now
a week later. It was still alive and they put it back in the water and it swam
off! “that’s nothing" I hear you cry. Chad told a story about when the
Frazer River itself burst its banks when there was a massive amount of extra
water coming through and many fish were washed up onto the banks and into
fields in the more arable and farming area downstream. ...
Today Giselle and I visited Cayoosh Elementary, visiting a total of 8 classes between us. I began the morning with a group of Grade 3s, where I had them compete in the Straw tower challenge. The object of the challenge was to build the tallest free-standing structure as possible (within a time limit of 45 minutes in this case) out of drinking straws and tape. The structure was required to support the weight of a ...
... She said all the drugs were more readily available and attainable. My next question was what caused the accessibility to change? That is a bit more difficult to determine. She thought it was a combination of many factors---increased mobility (i.e. people had cars and were leaving the reserve to get drugs), increased traffic through the area in general, affordability, among others.
While talking with Barb, she mentioned that it was difficult ...
... help of my little friend Nav I have had a good run. I'm staying at the Travel Express and there is a covered car park and my room has a nice large balcony with a table and 6 chairs. So plenty of room for all my friends!! This morning was cloudy and almost looked like rain. I headed out after the free breakfast. T did take my own gluten free bread and used their toppings. They had omelettes which seemed to ...
... s leash, collar and ID tags so a quick stop in Bellingham was in order. Oops.
We crossed into Canada at the Sumas crossing to avoid the busier Peace Arch crossing and Vancouver traffic and head right onto the Trans-Canada Highway. From Hope we drove up the Fraser River Canyon. We usually are heading further east to Sun Peaks when in the area so this was ...