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... He wasn't gone all that long yesterday. I thought breakfast took forever. Don't Aury and Emeline get into trouble for taking to long at breakfast?"
"That's right. It's usually on school days isn't it."
"I think so, the Daddy says they must be quick and not play with toys on school mornings."
"That makes sense," said BJ, "if they play instead of eating they won't be able to finish their breakfast before they need to leave for school and ...
... stopped. We crawled along for about 2 hours while traffic heading west zoomed by. We were certain there was a multi-car pile-up but the only thing we came upon was construction at a bridge. Once we resumed speed the rain started. And did it come down! And still the cars whiz by. Then back into sunshine and heat. Subway beckoned to us at Golden so we ate a late lunch and changed drivers. We left BC without further incident and decided to try our luck visiting Lake Louise again. ...
"Happy Birthday to me! Happy Birthday to me!" Haha. Yep, it was the 5th of July and I was 25!!! As we had planned to go to the zoo, we got up quite early. I had received a parcel from home which I was very excited to open!! When I did, I had cards from my mum & dad, Phil's family, my two Aunty's, my cousin Megan and my best friend Jennifer! How lovely! I displayed them on the side table! I also got some yummy English chocolate & sweets, a bracelet and a ...
... showed us how high the water got. It was crazy. It went right up to an area of houses and also covered a small road bridge too!!
After crossing the river, we walked along it for a while and then cut up a few streets to go to downtown. Stephen Avenue was the main shopping street, so we walked along there. It was cool, lots of shops, a very cool cowboy shop, appropriately for Stampede. We had a look inside and loads of people were buying ...