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... recommended a local stables which we drove to for 4pm. It was a 2 hour ride through natural dense woodland. Through idyllic rivers with views of the Rockies. A wonderful experience. Another dream of mine .
Unfortunately, also lots of water,. Water brings mosquitos. Bitten to shreds. :(
Only stayed in Whistler for 2 nights but woukd like to have stayed longer. Beautiful town.
Went for a walk in the woods and saw where bears had clawed at the trees. Amazing.
... so happy and receiving such personal attention. Lots of smiles, cuddles, stories and songs. Great routines established. Very caring staff. And a waiting list of over 300! Wow. Back down to the village and a visit to the Library - Mindy is one of their best customers because before getting her own computer the Library was the only place she could access services to be able to put her resume together and print! An amazing ...
... heading out for dinner. When we did finally head out, it wasn't dinner we were interested in, but more drinks. We did eventually get some hot wings and potato skins to munch on, but it was mostly beer and cider that was consumed. Not surprisingly, I was not in a very happy state when I woke up the next morning. I kept putting off getting up and getting ready for the day, cos my poor hungover head was killing me!!! But after some nurofen, ...
... like I live out of my van so when I had blankets and stuff covering one of the boys, it didn't look any different from the rest of the van. ;) We take what we can as broke Whis kids!! So we took up a spot in the line but the 10.30am ferry traffic had to board so we had to stay in the car to move along the line of traffic to then wait at our new position in line for the 12.30pm boarding. But the line kept moving, and moving and before you know it we are on the ferry. One of the last ...
... is less harmful to the digestive tract and more beneficial than ingesting the equivalent in the form of mineral supplements (which are often manufactured synthetically and as a result less absorbable by the human body). The minerals found in the Springs are Calcium – 580 mg/L; Magnesium – 78.2 mg/L; Sodium – 36.5 mg/L; Silica – 19.8 mg/L; Potassium – 8.7 mg/L and Iron - .9 mg/L. I just had to give this place a go. For those who know me well, ...