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Monday on the way to the bus depot (ie de-po not dep-o) we stopped for coffee and a chat with Paul and Linda, elderly ex specials who were in Quebec many years ago. Then it was time to say goodbye to Genny and we were on our way. (Cases under 23kg this time Barry so the wallet was safe)
Tuesday was Canada Day so people were out in force wearing the customary red and white. We decided ...
... great trip"s, we head back down to 103, finish last minute details, grab our bags, and head down to the car. It's amazing how much stuff you feel that you need for a 3 week trip. We have to plan for the cold damp climate of a Washington DC winter day, yet have to bring clothes for the warm Caribbean days (we hope). Then we have to plan everything to fit into the parameters of American Airlines baggage restrictions, at the end of our trip. Another condition we had to consider it ...
... sea places landing and taking off, looking at the boats moored, nothing like we see in Darling harbour. Lorraine and I went shopping to buy a few thing for her to take to her family. We joined the guys again and had a light lunch by the water, the rest of the afternoon was spent with just sitting and chatting and me looking for a speciality chocolate shop so I could take some to ...
... facts about nature including that bears wake up during hibernation, give birth and the cubs keep feeding while Mum goes back into hibernation for a few more months.
Saw a deer during one of the zip lines but no bears or cougars.
Stinky Pete Jeff had a shower, we checked out, dumped the bags and headed for lunch at a creperie. For sweets had icecream cones from "Cows". Flavours included "Wowie Cowie" and "Mooey Gooey". ...
... was for this reason that it seemed particularly isolated and cut-off from the rest of the world. That wasn’t disconcerting though as the people here were EVEN friendlier than what we’d experienced so far; we didn’t pass a single person in the street who didn’t nod or smile at us and say hello. We also saw an eagle soaring along best as he could whilst being pestered by a little black bird on the drive back to the Greyhound station the next day.
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