Quality Inn West Harvest
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On Friday 12th Sep we arrived back at Alicia and Steve's condo in Edmonton where we spent the weekend. After the long drive from Fort McMurray we opted to have a nice night in with some thai food and wine. Alicia even made us cookies that we had to scrap off the baking tray as they were glued on, nevertheless they tasted great! We stayed up chatting until late then hit the sack.
We started off Saturday morning with a visit to Alicia's mums cafe, Gracious Goods ...
... clunk as she got back to her hotel. Bikes are a fairly touchy subject just at the minute. But boy oh boy, what great gains AJ made today. Massive progress on the swim (like, massive progress!) and the best thing (I think) were good nerves, rather than paralysing nerves, on the start line. Not letting the fear take over and instead using it to fuel that grit and determination - she did amazingly well. The DNF is no reflection on the progress today's race ...
... driving west, we should reach the highway eventually,” is Jim’s logic. We do not have the benefit of GyPSy today as we did not think we needed help getting to Edmonton from Calgary. After several minutes driving I turn on the GPS on my phone and discover that we are heading southwest toward Blackfalds and that if we make the correct turns we will get back to the QE2. I direct Jim and we manage to get back onto the ...