Walking Eagle Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we saw the mini golf which I think might've been called Pebble Beach last time we were there. Now it had the name Professor Wem's I think. A bit later a light went on and I thought, hmmm, WEM-- West Edmonton Mall, do you think? The dolphin pool and show has given way to a sea lion show. The rest was pretty much retail space, sometimes duplicated, of course since the mall is so large, and food fairs.
After WEM we sought out a Mary Brown's ...
... The headwinds in the forecast are pretty daunting right now. I try to not take off into headwinds greater than 15 knots. With a 75 kt cruise speed, it would mean watching cars on the highway outpace me! How embarrassing! The endless kindness of strangers------ I was adopted by some of the local crew at CYRM and spoiled with WIFi, water, and afternoon tea! Thanks to Gary, Darien, and Sean! What marvelous people doing an important job. I only hope I can return the hospitality ...
... exactly into place.
With the trailer in position and the measuring done, following numerous moves from one post to another and back to the other to get an accurate number, we started doing the labour of love that is digging holes. The first hole wasn’t too bad at all, in fact one might say one enjoyed it as the clay came out easily and we were down three feet before a twinge had even tweaked in my back. Unfortunately the ...
... on Friday morning, but Linda’s patience and my eventual determination produced two lovely scarves that will adorn my neck and another lucky customer’s.
Once the scarf was complete, or as complete as it could be without its final wash and steam press, we were treated to a fire pit on Sunday night, with an actual fire rather than the lanterns we sat around just two weeks ago due to the fire ban. My skills may have improved with regard to weaving, ...
... kilometre out from the house and had to make a run for it. Abby decided to herd me as I started running to avoid the rain, which meant I didn’t get too far without shouting ‘no’ whilst trying to keep my camera covered from the onslaught. I managed to get in before getting too drenched, but I later found a whopping eleven bites from some more of those pesky mosquitos that must have found a way in when I used my cardigan as an umbrella. ...