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Jan 8. 2015—Off to a Rough Start for Solomon
Before heading off to Nicaragua, we decided to visit grandparents in Vernon for one last good bye. Well, what are the chances that a one in ten year snowstorm would hit exactly the day before we are supposed to take a bus home. Luckily, more than 35 cm of snow will not stop Greyhound. We were able to leave Vernon with only a 3 hour delay, and two ...
... awed by the giant trees and abundant moss, searched for sea glass, shells, rocks, and perfect driftwood, went to an auction, shared good wine (and bad), sampled ciders and beer, picked delicious, juicy blackberries without injury, played frisbee golf, and bought a classic car ('68 red Mustang coupe). Stella has played with pinecones, rocks, and driftwood, and learned to swim in lakes, ocean surf, rivers and ...
... there were no more belts.
"Thank goodness," said AJ as BJ nodded in agreement, "no more belts so no more planes, for now!"
The Daddy went to a counter, spoke to a man and received a ticket, he then took them outside and to a great big car. The car's driver helped Daddy put their suitcase into the back of the car, as well as a green back-pack that the Daddy took off his shoulders.
After a short ride in the car, the doors reopened and the ...
... see! Easy! 5 minute Friendships!!
Getting to the Zurich airport 4 hours early is AWESOME!!! We managed to walk around, look at some souvenirs (sure!!! Let’s buy more bells, Avaia has a pen hidden somewhere and I'm sure she ready for some more wall art that I need to keep her away from…), go to the bathroom no less than 7 times (no one needed to go at the same time!!), have a Rösti for lunch (omg….heaven!!!), AND get to our gate ...
... It would have been hard for you, I’m pretty sure.” He gives my shoulders a squeeze and then we begin the walk back to the truck. It is uphill this time, but fairly easy to navigate. I stop as I need to; I catch my breath and Jim waits with me. We “high five” one another in celebration when we arrive at the top. “You did it! I am proud of you,” he says and gives me a hug. What a great travel companion; he ...