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This is the big day. Both boys are playing for a gold medal. Kyle in Tier 1 and Tyler in Tier 2.
The day started out misty and cloudy but quickly turned sunny. It turned out to be a beautiful day with the sun shining and much warmer at around 24 degrees.
... li>St. John's was incorporated as a city in 1921, and is considered by some to be the oldest English-founded city in North America.
What a day today has been... Started with Kathryn chasing a stray cat around the room last night..which walzed in through the open window..thankfully I went to sleep after that as she apparently was hearing cats all night...Anyway we woke up at about 0500 and rolled over then didn't wake until 1030 so we flew out of bed and set off for Signal Hill which wasn't too far from our Hostel. St Johns harbour only has a small opening and on one side is Signal Hill and on the other ...
... the sun finally set, which happens at 9 around these parts. Rather disconcerting, but nice nonetheless.
Then to the bowling alley. Canadians only have 5 pins and a smaller ball, which, according to those who played is even funner. I passed in deference to my wrists, but pleaded with the guys to get the wifi password so I wasn't sitting and doing nothing the whole time. They splilt everyone over two allies - guys and girls (the score ...
... from each residents house on campus compete against one another in a dance competition, before competing against the school mascot, Sammy the Seahawk himself. And my house won! We had to scream to determine the winner, and I put my all into those screams.
We caught a cab downtown and dove into Tim Hortons to escape the rain. In somewhat of a digression, I love Tim Hortons. $1.50 for a regular tea is a bargain (a £1 back home, and better ...