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This is our last full day on the train. Tomorrow morning we arrive in Vancouver for the last leg of the trip. We stopped in Edmonton this morning to let some passengers off and take few on, so we have new neighbours, fresh meat for conversation over dinner tonight, later today we get to Jasper which is the start of the Rockies, ...
... is so empty coming home to, which can only mean the adventure is that much closer! ONLY 2 days! I certainly feel privileged to be able to explore Alaska (Seattle, Juneau, Skagway, glacier bay, Ketchikan, and Victoria), Vernon, some final days In edmonton, and top it off with 5 months in south east Asia. Life seems to have a way of opening the right doors at the right moment, all you have to do is have a little faith in the opportunities presented in front of you and jump right in ...
... part of it. Thank you everyone for following the blog and we truly were touched by all the comments and hearing how many people traveled along with us through the pictures and stories. Thank you again, and until next time.
Lastly The next entry will be our last and an interesting little project we worked on along the way.
Talk to you soon,
Keith and Kim Pelletier
... that we were on a "Piccadilly line train with service to Cockfosters," or the rush of warm wind funnelled up a long escalator shaft; the intersecting, colour-coded lines of the Tube maps and the evocative names of the stops--Oxford Circus, High Street Kensington, Regent's Park, Marble Arch--that are no longer just names on a map but places tied to memories tied to feelings. (I really loved taking the Underground--can you tell?)
And there are other things ...
... population of approximately one million people making it Alberta's second largest city. Like Adelaide it is also known as a 'Festival City' and, as my cousin Murray keeps reminding me, Edmonton was the first place in the world to host a 'Fringe Festival'.
Rae very kindly took me around the Muttart Conservatory and gave me the Edmonton Grand Tour as well as meeting Verity, Julia and Gloria at ...