Grouse Creek Motel
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This national pastime of swapping things isn’t limited to the sports field. Buy anything at all from Walmart. Don’t like it in two months time? No problem. They’ll take it back no questions asked. Starting to snow? Time to return that lawnmower I bought last spring.
Of course this great system does have its little glitches, like the time a rumour got around that the local hospital was allowing parents to exchange ...
... get a medium double double, a small French vanilla and a medium half French half coffee to go?” <i>“Ok, that’s $3.90.”</i> I know coffee is cheap here, but that can’t be right. It takes some time to resolve but, $5.70 later I walk away with three coffees. I sure hope the other twenty people in the line behind me have better luck with this guy. Then, there’s my new ...
... themselves in Gastown, while John joined me on an excursion to Capilano Bridge. There was a free shuttle bus there which only took about 25 minutes. It was 1:30 pm by the time we got there so we decided to grab a hamburger for lunch before going to the cliff walk which was pretty cool. The walk way was built out of the cliff wall with one section arcing out of the wall in a semi-circle. The structure was supported by girders and cables. ...
... of annual rainfall! And yes, it rained while we were there, too. Mom and I took a tour of a salmon hatchery followed by a trip to the Mendenhall glacier. Mendenhall glacier is 12 miles (19km) long and 1.5 miles (2.5km) wide, but is only a small part of an enormous ice field stretching over 1500 miles (2400km) inland to Canada. At Mendenhall I took a two-mile (3.2km) hike to the base of the glacier where there was a large waterfall and some bald eagles resting on ice chunks that ...
... in preparation for a ridealong.
So we arranged for them to come to the hotel and we walked down to the harbour..
Jo is in Canada to deposit number one son Jacob with his grand parents so he can pursue his ambition of playing ice hockey... not bad for a kid from Perth..
Jo will return to Perth without him.. be kind to her..
Great to see her and ***** about ...