Sandman Inn Cache Creek
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... later they
were finding living sturgeon under the mud which had also been thrown on the
banks, staying alive on the tiny amounts of oxygen dissolved in the water in
the mud. Scary.
When we had moored up the next and most important thing was second breakfast.
What is it about being outside that makes you hungry? So armed with more bacon
the fishing began in earnest
There is 40km fishing to choose from and no one here so you can go anywhere ...
... particular group of Grade 3s did a fantastic job, as all four structures passed the marshmallow test, and had heights between 62cm and 92cm (see pictures)!
Next up was a visit to a grade 6 class to do the Crime Lab activity, where students were charged with the task of determining what mystery compound their group was given, using a series of chemical tests. Students had access to vinegar, phenolphthalein, ...
... optimistic when your efforts are met with resistance and noncompliance. 'People are going to do what they are going to do. You can't change them.' I have no doubt that being an addiction counselor in a community as close as these Indian Bands are would be extremely difficult because you would personally know the folks that were tangled in the drug and alcohol web.
One very sharp insight into the world of vulnerable populations was because of ...
... raw egg. It was cheese and I suspect they are brought in per frozen and so like rubber. This place doesn't do proper food and although there is plenty of take away they are **** and not GF. I ended up across the road in another hotel that had a bar and dining. So had a yummy meal of the local salmon, with nice steam veggies , mango salsa and risotto. So today headed to Richmond shopping complex and did ...
... The scenery was beautiful and the river was really rolling, especially where it was constrained by the canyon walls. We thought about taking the tram at Hell's Canyon Tony is afraid of heights so we will save the adrenalin and lorazapam for bigger adventures. The road leaves the Fraser River and follows the Thompson River eventually. This is where the nice green ...