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... some animals and stops other animals getting sick."
"That's awesome," said BJ.
"I know," said Kally, "I hope everyone realises how important Science is. Science has taught us so much about the world and I hope people don't forget how important it is."
AJ and BJ spent a pleasant afternoon talking to Kally. Grizzly came over and joined in their conversation and they all exchanged stories about where they came from and what they had been doing.
Today was supposed to be a rest day, but we decided to deviate from the programme for the first time. We wanted to visit Calgary and if we had remained in Big Sky we wouldn't have had time to do so. So, for the first time, we set out on our own! Although it is fun travelling in a group, it also made a nice change to travel on our own for once! The route took us through the wheat fields of Montana ...
... it's an automated awning and no amount of switch flipping would make it retract...the motor was running, but it just wouldn't retract... So, now what! Can't drive like that! The plan was to have Ron and I go up on the roof of the RV and pull the awning up with ropes while Josh rolled the awning from on top of the ladder that Melody was holding and while Bronwyn flew a kite. All very interesting and, I'm sure, entertaining to anyone ...
... scenario - but regardless of the potential monetary ramifications, it still feels freaking fantastic! To mitigate the financial concerns, we will start the trip in the cheapest place possible to travel in the World - Scandinavia!
Wait a second ... oh ****! Scandinavia is the most expensive place to travel, where hot dogs can be had from street vendors for the bargain price of only $10! Maybe this wasn't such a brilliant idea, after ...
... from manufacturers I'd never heard of, as well as some better known vehicles, like the luxurious Cord Sports Car ... as well as the mundane Ford Model T's and later Ford and 'big name' manufacturers.
The site is set up to represent Canada (well, the Prarie provinces, anyway) as it was in the very late 19th and pre-WW1 20th century for the most part, though it does have ...