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Meagan and Leah had left that afternoon to attend the Texas Youth Conference so we didn’t see them but our three kids hit it off with Josh and Ethan pretty quickly.
We spent lots of time talking whilst the kids played indoor basketball, darts and jungle speed amidst lots of laughter and fun.
Saturday we woke to a cooked brekkie – Mike excelled himself cooking bacon and homegrown eggs for us – ...
... meters deep and in most places only a few meters wide with crystal clear water flowing through it. After doing a bit of hiking along the canyon I headed further down the road in search of Medicine Lake. What I found when I got there wasn't a lake, but a mudflat with scattered pools of water. In the summer months, glacier melt waters flood the lake, but in the fall/winter all the water disappears. From there I headed to the hostel to check-in ...
I am heading out on Monday morning, eecckk!!! Time has flown by and I can't believe it is here. I will be in Iceland until September 26th then flying into Frankfurt and heading down to Munich on the 29th to go to Oktoberfest for 4 days. After that it is a free for all but I will keep you all updated as to where I am.
Thank you to everyone for all their help and support with this adventure. I will miss all of you and will be back!!
... re Scott and Amundsen's Race to the South Pole. That plus the other exhibits of history and wildlife of this region were excellent.
Aft John arrived home, we drove to Sidney for the summer markets. Lots of flower, food and craft stalls. This looks like a very upper class area-no multiculturalism in this seaside town by the looks.
Overcast day and some rain but looking to have some sun tomorrow for Butchart ...
... After lunch we took a leisurely 8 km walk around from Fisherman's Wharf to Ogden Point where the Cruise ships dock, then on to the sea shore (black pebbled 'sand') and onto Beacon Hill Park. This is a lovely public park, left very much in its natural state with lovely streams and ponds in various locations. We have noticed a few free roaming creatures including deer and squirrel. I am sure the squirrel enjoyed posing for the ...