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... didn't know about Canadian traditions. She saved me many times. Heather is the mother of two gorgeous boys and I have always thought that Tyler would be the one most likely to land on my door in Australia one day.
That night it was back to Penny's for dinner as Lynne has parent teacher interviews. Last night it was Penny's again and she invited over her sister, Sandra.
Yesterday, we went walking with the girls ...
... Less postcard scenery, more industrial wasteland. Think Mad Max meets Brokeback Mountain. Anyway at this point we were tired of the road and decided to take our lives in our hands and book into the Silver Sage campsite. And we will always be glad we did. Once you got through the front gate and past the eccentric but friendly gatekeeper we were greeted by green campsites facing the spectacular North Fraser river. Still slightly nervous we pitched our ...
... decked out with flowers in the flower boxes and brightly colored umbrellas. We can't stop wondering why Australian ski towns don't do the same.... We buy our lunch in Whistler and hit the road again. The temperature which at the beginning of the day was a very pleasant 23 has climbed to over 30 and as we head through the desert ...
... any peoples indigenous or otherwise who were here or came here before the main people who are here ‘now’ or came in the last 2 or 3 hundred years. Interesting thought: Are the Romans and the Vikings First Nation people in UK or do we draw the line at Picts, Scots etc? Just too many different groups to choose from!
Eventually the river widened out into the Kamloops Lake which is about 25 miles long. Dusk was falling and, as our ...
... African big game which is so often seen in UK zoos.
The animals here appear to be well looked after and given sufficient room to move around to prevent boredom and much of the work seems to be educating on the animals in the care of the centre and providing a rehabilitation centre for local wildlife.
On several occasions now we've seen examples of local wildlife but generally one of us has ...