Ramada St. John'S
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... Jenny but when I opened my eyes a tail was disappearing out the window. A search with a light showed a cat on the windowsill. We closed the window and back to sleep. During the night I could hear noises on the floor like claws tapping the floor but a search with the light found nothing. It must have been outside in the hallway. Sometime sirens started. I assume they were police but not sure. There must have been at least three racing around town. ...
... a bit too awake to sleep, despite our sore feet and tiredness. I can't believe they're actually married! After so much preperation the day had gone so fast. I'm thankful to be seeing them again in Calgary early August, so the goodbyes weren't unbearable, though there were many tears from everyone.
Overall it was a wonderful day, all the stress and activity in the week before had definitely paid off, it went without a hitch. A beautiful wedding.
... the sun finally set, which happens at 9 around these parts. Rather disconcerting, but nice nonetheless.
Then to the bowling alley. Canadians only have 5 pins and a smaller ball, which, according to those who played is even funner. I passed in deference to my wrists, but pleaded with the guys to get the wifi password so I wasn't sitting and doing nothing the whole time. They splilt everyone over two allies - guys and girls (the score ...
... to go for a walk around the lake behind the house and over to the cemetery. Never seen headstones covered in snow before. I also saw a few houses and cars completely snowed in. On the TV today it said -9 degrees. I really felt it when I went for my walk this afternoon. I did only have my 1/2 gloves on. My face was so cold I could hardly speak. Still enjoying the ...
... the local team) shirt each, as we'll likely never get the experience again. I wanted a foam finger too, but decided $10 was extortion. So then we made our way to our seats.
I'd never been to a live professional sporting event before, so it was exciting seeing what it was all like. We stood up for the national anthems of the two teams playing (America and Canada) and during the Canadian anthem a flag was passed above our heads and carried ...
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