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... should read "big bit" not "big butt" or some other embarrassing typo! One final bit of travel in this trans-Canadian experience. The 20 hour train journey from Jasper to Vancouver. Again it was great to meet some lovely people, including Angela and Réné, a couple relocating to British Columbia (Angela's childhood & family home) from Ontario. During our conversations about food, drink, regional accents, wildlife and much more, ...
... so we headed back over to Capilano River RV Park again. There's really only 2 RV parks relatively close to downtown Vancouver - Capilano & one at Burnaby. We were going to stay at Burnaby for something different but it was double the price so back to Capilano we went... It was a cold overcast day so once we settled in we did some laundry and laps of the park on our bikes :) Sunday 14.04.13: This morning was overcast & cold but by 11am we were sick of ...
... all of my travels, this will be the first time for me to step foot on Canada. I am always considering it as part of the U.S. BUT, I am very wrong. Canada itself might be an independent nation, but still is part of Great Britain's commonwealth. Queen Elizabeth II, powerful figure head, is THE QUEEN of Canada. Okay, it might be an argument for many people, but just look at the ...
... seeing the fruits of the competitions work.
On the way back from Hope we tried on first blizzard from Dairy Queen on Sarah's recommendation. We got pecan, toffee and chocolate it was so good! We asked for a medium but it came in a tub about the same size as a large drink carton from McDonald's good job we were sharing.
This evening we just chilled out with Sarah, Sandy and Gerry. Even little Milo is getting more used to us, still not sure on Andrew though inspite of his ...
... the order to run, so I lifted my wing up and started running, but before I gained enough speed I was at the end of the tarmac and onto the dirt and airborne! After a pre-mature seating I gained height and was soon flying higher than the tarmac which was cool. I was guided down to the landing field and after a few loops to drop some height, I lined up with an aircraft approach and landed successfully on my feet! What a rush!
I thought that these feats were pretty good for ...
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