Super 8 Fort Saskatchewan
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... 6 months remember), 10.5 pounds of clothes, 6.5 pounds of sleeping bag, air mattress and shoes, 9 pounds of random things and 6 pounds for the bag itself. I was golden for weight. However, space was an issue. After much purging and organizing we were able to close my bag without someone having to sit on it. However, I knew I couldn't open and close that bag every day so over the past few days I was slowly able to make it more manageable (good ...
... rut so they are very aggressive and extremely unpredictable. We both hid behind some trees as we heard it approaching, then we saw the massive shadow appear through the trees. He came towards us but hadn't seen us, yet. When he was about 4m away Sarah moved and snapped a twig under her feet which drew the bisons attention straight to us. Ohhhh no! Luckily he only paused and looked me straight in the eyes for a while and carried on ...
Arrived Sunday evening in Red Deer - driving a white Corolla - filled with gas @ $1.23 the lowest
price I've seen - I arrive in time for bbq shish kabobs with Roanne and Don.
Monday I visit my house - ah fond memories! Take a short walk around the neighborhood - well, the trees are larger, a few 'reno's' but on average looks familiar!
Happy to say the house is looking good and well cared for - a little 'taken aback' by the number of children (7)- tenant runs ...
... in the habit of pilfering cans of tomato juice from the lounge to take home when flying....didn't this time...not sure why. Why I do it at all and why not this time I've no idea.....strange.
So it was time...went to the gate...figured I would ask for me upgrade status again. The gal was great...she said hang on we got the list take a seat and I'll call it out. Lo and freaking behold....I got called first. Got choice of seats....and was in the ...
... in Accra for about 7 weeks. In the following two weeks we will work within smaller communities. In the last week of our preceptorship we will be working in Apemanim, a small village North-West of Accra.
Once finished with the school portion, R and I will continue our travels around Ghana until April 21. At that time we will travel to spend a week winging it in Amsterdam (and possibly surrounding countries?). On April 29 I will begin my lonesome travels ...