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... saw the 126, a yellow single seat glider, thermalling nearby so we
joined him to take advantage of the rising air current. We had a five up lift,
which means literally defying gravity and going up at the rate of 500 feet per minute, instead of plummeting to
the earth. While we were spiraling upward, the most awesome thing happened. We
saw a hawk below us, thermalling too. I count myself fortunate to be among the
small number of people who have ever seen a soaring hawk ...
... Beautiful Wats and historical sights, delicious food, Chang beer, daily massages. Then, Cambodia. A contrast between past glories and a more recent tragic past. A struggling country sorely in need of good government, deserving of so much more. Such wonderful, warm people. Stilt houses, green rice fields, skinny white cows, Angkor Wat at dawn, sunset ride in an ox-cart. Angkor beer, fish Amok. Cambodia has a special place in my heart. An on to Vietnam. Suddenly, so ...
... are leaving everything we are comfortable with and heading into the unknown! We are going to miss our family, friends and jobs and we are stoked about meeting new friends and learning about Smithers. Over the August long weekend we flew up to Prince George and then rented a car and drove the five hours to Smithers. What a place! A town of 6000 that services an area of about ...
... that meant we had to park on perfectly even ground. We got a chock and a block of wood, and we managed to perfect the use of them for now, until tomorrow (Thursday) we're Anson has to take the RV into Bellingham to be fixed. So we left Portland by about 10last night, and as we were no longer going to drive to Mt St Helens, instead we made our way Seattle bound, were we spent the night ins Walmart car park in Olympia. We pulled in at 12:00 on ...
When I found out about this job I had received and knew how far away it was I knew that it was a "see ya later" to a few really close friends and one of them names Chelsea! In the last 5 months of me moving back to Vancouver and working back at The Met we started to become inseparable! She was like my right hand everything I did I knew I had her by myside! Telling Chelsea would be the hardest person ...