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We enjoyed the mooring (actually at a dock next to the locks, but Canadian's call it a mooring) at Davis Locks so much we decided to stay Saturday night. The locks and marina's can be busy on the weekends and since we had a prime location at the end of the dock, we stayed and kayaked, swam, and watched the lock operations through the warm ...
We said goodbye to Patty and Kurt Kruger this morning. They headed to the wine country. Daisy saw the local veterinarian because she was listless and not eating. A blood work up was done and the vet decided Daisy had a bacteria infection. Daisy got a shot, some pills and ...
The re-enactors at the Fort did some mid-19th century drill, which was cool -- but, of course, there would have been no women in the real British Army back in the day.
Not as soldiers, only as the few official wives (evidently only 6% of the Privates were allowed to get married 'officially' ... their wives and children were moved with the Regiment when it was relocated - anyone who was married unofficially, well, their wives ...
... that fits. Fortunately my sister-in-law in Toronto, Terri, has a full wardrobe waiting for me. She is my saviour before I board the plane at 9:50 tomorrow morning. A 15 hour flight direct arriving in Hong Kong Tuesday afternoon at 1 pm. I will miss my new baby. She'll be awaiting my ...
... regret and guilty. I wanted to do that, but I was too lazy to do it.
Then I stopped and thought, what have I been doing with these free time then?
Is the benefit more than these opportunity cost?
1. I relaxed more.
2. I spent more time doing things for people around me.
3. I reflected more.
4. I spent more time understanding myself.
5. Built up my physique to fight the cold.
These are things I didn't have the ...