Calgary North Thriftlodge
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... long ago and I have but to find and contend with them. I can return here and rub up against it if I need grounding. 2) It is my resolution that I will persevere through the impending time-challenge of one child who no longer naps and the other who is certain to resist and get this blog written. Posterity! 3) It is a ...
... of the Mounties or a formal parlor from 30 years later, or a drug store from the 30's.
After the Fort we went to the Hose and Hound Pub for lunch. Peg had the Greek chicken wrap while I dined on pierogis with chopped bacon and a local sausage. Peg was excited as this is a new way for her to prepare them for us. We were finally able to connect to their internet and upload the last two day’s blogs.
We then went to the Grain Academy a museum ...
... pastries, smoothies and fresh juices, coffee or Fairmont teas.
12:00 CALGARY STAMPEDE
(Or earlier) Please make your own way to Stampede Grounds together as a group. Tickets cannot be picked up
individually. It takes 15 - 20 minutes to walk to Stampede Headquarters located at 1410 Olympic Way SE plus
possible waiting time (see attached map).
Enter Stampede Grounds ...
... of clothing we will be providing for youngsters in other programs, a fairly good quality microscope that I haven't used since the invention of the staining of microscope slides (well maybe I'm not quite that old), and an electric fence charger from my days as an urban cowboy which will hopefully find some use in a program that helps keep elephants from roaming from their game reserve.
Today we depart for ...
... s lovely home. Pooh was excited to see her, as was I.
After some beers that night, we had a great day of catching up, and chilling out Sunday. Pooh discovered that -25 is cold on the paws, so Mag picked him up some boots to get him through those cold winter nights! So cute. My stay was brief however. That night I was to fly back to Vancouver, and say bye to my Sis, and my faithful companion, The ...