Revelstoke Gateway Inn
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Wat een klotenacht hebben we achter de rug zeg! Guido bleef draaien omdat hij te lang is en daardoor werd ik steeds wakker. Maxim sliep gelukkig door en had nergens last van. Meteen toen we wakker werden hebben we de rotzooi in de auto gegooid en lekker ergens warm ontbeten met een heerlijke bak koffie. We besloten de plannen om te gooien vanwege …
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während Ben bereits selig schläft und es draußen auch langsam dunkler zu werden beginnt, schreibe ich noch die Erlebnisse und Gedanken von heute zusammen.
Die Vorfreude auf den heutigen Tag war groß, denn es sollte in den Glacier National Park gehen - hohe Berge, Passstraßen, tolle Aussichten. Doch zunächst …
... and she had no recollection of us coming!! But it was all OK as both rooms were free, she just had to make them up. I realised that I had never received a final reply from her and have now checked all our other accomm does have this. As it was 6:30 (or 7:30 for our body clocks) we were quite happy to go into town for dinner while she finished off. In town they have 2 lovely Grizzly Bear sculptures, one of a mum & her cub. We found a Japanese restaurant ...
... years. We even ran into Mark, an ex Rhodesian and owner of the Valhalla Inn, who had moved into town 30 years before and never looked back. A very friendly guy who was kind enough to point us to a more scenic route towards Nelson along Hwy 31a which is rated as one of the nicest roads in Canada by the biker clubs. And after a few kilometres on this awesome road you can see why. Every curve threw up a new mountain and ...
... feels better than creating something that hasn't been seen before and sharing it with the world.
I vow to always FOLLOW MY ART, wherever it may take me. I am ready to shift my focus to my own goals and theatrical dreams. Up next: One Yellow Rabbit's Summer Lab Intensive in Calgary with Denise Clarke. Here's to the creative future.