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Dear family and friends
It is an honour to have you join us in our adventure. We will be leaving on the 25th of November. Why india some of you are asking?
When I was 16 I read about the silk and spice routes it has always been a dream of mine to follow those routes. Well it will remain a dream untouched by the ...
Today we went on a seaplane tour over Campbell River and the neighbouring islands. It was really cool, we stopped 3 times during the 2 hour trip at different coves. It was a really great experience!! It wasn't planned so I didn't have my ipad with ...
... so she puked.
But the spy-party was awesome, the kids enjoyed it. And so did Marloes and I. The kids had to do some missions to open up a briefcase, like eating a huge spyglass cake and ''dangerdogs'' and they did some target shooting and they crawled through lasers (paper streamers taped up against the wall) and best part of all... They did Ezeltje Prikje, but then with Inspector Gadget on the wall and they had to give him a new disguise so they gave him ...
... to be everywhere. We decided to go look for a few more today. We decided on a trail that looked like it had three. That's the neat thing about geocaching...you end up finding places you wouldn't normally know about. Sure enough, we found ourselves on a beautiful path through the forest, leading to a beach (where we saw a wedding taking place), and passing a huge batch of boisonberries, where we grazed and grazed. On the way home, we stopped at the pier and ...
... day to explore Strathcona Provincial Park the next day and I couldn’t go back to sleep when I woke up at 6am, so I took a look with Steffie at some of the points of interest and hikes that the park had to offer. We settled on the Phillips Ridge hike to Arnica Lake. With a waterfall, alpine meadow and lake it seemed to offer a lot. After the boys were up and ready, we drove the 37kms down to the bottom of Buttle Lake. From there we drove through a large open cut ...