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... was given, and slowly I started running. Anne says "What are you doing?" I wasn't sure, but I new I was about to give it a go.
The pace was set and we were in dead last with about 85 runners ahead of us. Slowly, one by one, we merged to the right and passed one then passed another. Our pace was slow, but consistent. 3/4 of a mile into the race a few folks started to slow and walk. Then a few more once ...
... Todd Grantham who was the Bulldog DC last year until he signed with Louisville.
Nick Chubb, Georgia's standout freshman tailback carried the load and put up record numbers. He ran for about 260 yards and scored 2 times. This exciting game coincided with another card game at the dinner table. Ralph and I for a second straight day hammered the competition. Much like Chubb, we put up big numbers.
I will end it here. I am not going to proofread. Too tired.
... 1911 as a link between eastern and western Canada. It is patterned after the Plaza Hotel in NYC and is on the National Historic Registry in Canada.
Since our flight arrives late, it will be a quick dinner and then off to bed. Tomorrow we get a sightseeing trip of Winnipeg attractions and meet the remainder of our travel group in the evening.
First glitch of the day. Arrived Vancouver on time with a 1 hour ...
... jelly fish! A huge one at that. After looking around they were everywhere in the water. No swimming for me!
We walked around there for awhile and ate lunch at the Alaskan Sourdough Bakery. Evan and I both got paninis. There were so good! The bread was the best part. I hope that is indicative of what kind of bread we will get in Alaska! Along the piers they had a small market set up. It had lots of booths with autistics selling jewelry, ...
... if they will be in your room. Much to our delight Rich's scooter was in the room. Now by this time we were starved, so it was off to the buffet. Apparently everyone had the same idea, it was like cattle prodding through they gates going to slaughter. After getting our bellies full it was off to the Muster drill. Once I learned to put on a life vest it was time to start the fun. Off to the sail ...