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Sunday morning we awoke with an extra hour up our sleeves, daylight savings had ended and we wound the clocks back which hopefully means the sun will come up at a decent hour!! As we started our journey back down Icefields Parkway, we saw a wolf running right alongside the road towards us on the highway!! He was too quick to get any photos unfortunately but it was pretty special! The highway past Lake Louise was a scary drive, it was pouring with rain and super ...
... guides, other tourists etc …
Makes one a little homesick for family. I
even got to read a bedtime story to Brianna. Now that was special!
in and see them before we leave in the morning. Keith found some Vegemite earlier (thank goodness, now we can all have some peace) and we promised to bring some over for their breakfast.
This will be interesting!
... in Seat #11A (window seat), rather than 12A which I had requested when I paid for my Economy Comfort seat. There was an aluminum box under the seat which was a bit of an annoyance. However, I just left my Daypack on the floor beside my legs for most of the flight, so I was able to stretch my legs and put my feet underneath the seat.
I wasn’t really in the mood to watch movies, but ended up watching To Rome With Love and Safe House, ...
... a lot of fun. That said, I think it can still be luck of the draw with tours as to what our tour guide and driver will be like.
On our first full day in Whistler we went canoeing/kayaking (you could choose) in the morning. We couldn’t go up the famous River of Golden Dreams as beavers had built a dam on it! It was also overcast, so we couldn’t see all the mountains in the distance. It was still really nice though, but a bit tough! We were quite cold afterwards, so ...
I got a call from my sister that my mother
had become very ill.
I had to change my plans to travel in June
and instead came to
in March 2012.
My mother had terminal pancreatic cancer.
It was necessary to be with her in March and April
until she passed away.