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Jet Lag, ARRGGGHHHH.
I don't think I will ever NOT feel tired. We had an okay sleep, although we were up early due to the time difference. Must have done something different coming home, because I know I wasn't this wiped out after arriving in Ireland.
Oh well. Better here than there.
Thinking back on Ireland, I still marvel at the many shades of green
that you see everywhere you look. The coastal views are spectacular
We are down to just under 12 hours until we are sitting at the airport waiting for the first leg of our flight.
We have finished packing, completed all of the chores we had to do before we left and are sitting in the house trying to find enough things to do to pass the time.
Is that clock working???? !!!!! The hands are not moving!!
... need for my next four trips (PDAC conference in Toronto, ice road and winter adventures in Uranium City, relaxing (drinking pina coladas and sleeping)/exploring Hawaii, and then hiking and camping around North America.
Even packing for 4 different climates everything will fit into the back seat of my car!! It is amazing to see how little of what I own I ...
The festivities continued in Moose Jaw, where Sidewalk Days were underway. It was much too hot for sightseeing, but we did check out the bouncy castle.
We had hoped to do one of the Tunnels of Moose Jaw tours, but decided that neither the Al Capone bootlegging story, nor the Chinese railway workers saga were kid-friendly. Instead, we checked out Central Park – a very nice large park through town, complete with a duck-filled river and a welcome splash ...
So when we booked our flight, one of the only decent options was to fly through Regina, stay overnight and then head out Friday Morning. Everyone thought that was so odd. WHY Regina? A question really only Westjet can answer but I was sooooo glad to fly on Wesjet last night and today even with the little over an hour delay we had in Calgary leaving. Westjet truly offers travellers peace of ...