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... like what are going up in Austin.
Went to the Vancouver Art Museum. Ate lunch in the cafe there on a beautiful rooftop terrace, with light classical music playing over the sound system. Lovely. The main exhibit is a Douglas Coupland installation that was so interesting. Most of his art is commentary on how we relate to the world and each other in these digital times. He also uses a lot of found everyday objects. Very fun and thought provoking. There were signs ...
... such events and are to be fully commended to ensuring each and every one of us has such a memorable time. Unfortunately there was a high number of casualties this year but it's to be expected on such tough terrain.
9: Canadians definitely know how to build single track as well as downhill parks. It's no wonder why so many of them passed me going down the hill. Fortunately though they are not as keen on fire roads and we used this to our ...
... massive rock rollovers. We misheard the Marshall saving to go right for the easy track and instead went over them whereby I managed to wind myself when I fell into the back of my seat after a near 2m vertical drop - proud to say I made it but not sure whether I'd attempt it again :)
We knew we'd make time on the Danes here as one had a sore wrist from a crash two days ago and we just continued to smack the fire roads and ride the technical stuff safely. Half Nelson was an ...
... to scavenge and return things, and we saw a few people doing just that.
Canadians, like the US, also refer to their coins as nickels, dimes and quarters, and number their houses from the nearest cross road which is a brilliant system that we should copy.
Stayed with Joe and Sharlyn in their apartment on Cardero Street, and sat out on the balcony watching Vancouver walk and cycle past until it got dark about ...
... to build their own 'germs' out of felt, cotton balls, and other craft supplies.
After lunch, I visited a grade 1/2 class to deliver the activity on bacteria, another activity I had yet to deliver before, and having only used a glue gun a couple of times in my life, I frequently managed to get hot glue all over my fingers! (better me than the kids however!)
Meanwhile, Giselle was charged with the task of managing three grade 2/3 classes who were doing one of ...