Varscona Hotel on Whyte
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... living things and structures we come across everyday.This is just a portion of photos we took, we will be making a book incorporating all of them, but we hope you enjoy the snip-it presented here.
Enjoy a pictorial trip around the world... with our feet!!!.
Thank you again and happy travels
... quarters so far from our social networks, our family and friends. But we managed, admirably. We made it through fractured bones and flus and had our worst fears fulfilled when our cat became dangerously ill back home. It taught us something about ourselves and what we were capable of and what we need to work on. Personally, I discovered that I can handle the larger stresses better than the day-to-day mishaps that throw off one's carefully laid plans. I can get up ...
... down the road further until I saw a sign outside the town of Vegreville which read, "Home of the World's Largest Pysanka". Several hours of generally dull driving through the rain had me more intrigued than usual..."What, pray tell, is a Pysanka?", I mused. Why, it's the world's largest Ukrainian Easter Egg, naturally. THIS is why we road trip. :-) Learn more about it here.
Following the September walkabout and in between all of the planning for Africa and Italy, the leave this year has permitted me to accept impromptu invitations that I otherwise wouldn't have been able to with the restrictions of work. As a result, I was able to spend a week in November with my best friend, Stella & her family in New Brunswick, then travel on to Connecticut for a ...
... at the Alberta Legislature to take the usual tourist photo. It was quite warm so kids were swimming in the reflection pools. That night we had a great dinner, went for a walk around the neighbourhood and played some music and Catan.
Edmonton has been a really great stay here for us and our hosts have been amazing. I really enjoyed meeting them and becoming part of their lives, even for such a short time. It made our experience here really great. Thanks Daryl, Charlotte and ...