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... able to turn around a short distance down the road and they suggested an alternative route to get us down out of the mountains. The turn around proved to be challenging, but Bill managed. The alternate route added nearly an hour to our drive and had its own worrisome curves and steep grades. (Even though it is a more enjoyable drive, there are 3 other problems with getting off the interstate. Dessa already talked about my reaction to an unexpected tunnel ...
... Lilley 2, Martin Snoxell 2 Bradley Slater 2, Cole Blyde, Liam Blyde, Denza Knap, Cooper Rogers, Mack White, Jacob Hellier, Theo Betteridge, Ethan Hughes, Reuben MacLeod.
Con: Brayton Northcott-Hill 5, Theo Betteridge 4
The boys blew the crowd, and the opposition away, with the speed of their play, the accuracy of their clean out and their handling.
Back Bay were not lacking in size, but after ...
... everyone was back in B.C.
Dan invited Maureen and Larry to join us for a dinner of spaghetti and meatballs. We had a fine evening that included an on-speaker telephone call to our mutual friend Valerie in Burnaby. Maureen, Valerie, and Dan had worked together for many years at Peace Arch Community Services.
Pangea Gifts, in Pacific Beach, is a very cool gift store with something for everyone. We picked up some draft beer flavoured Jelly Bellies for Larry then ...
... And So It Goes" staring Mike Douglas and Dianne Keaton. It was a cute movie.
December 1, Monday
Second last sea day and our last formal night. We attended lectures this morning then sat on deck for the rest of the afternoon until the next lecture at 3pm. Supper in the Rotterdam was very nice the was surf & turf on the menu among other things. We went to the showroom which was a variety show of the last three performers. At 10:00pm there was a black & gold ...
... were jogging or biking along the way. It was my kind of scene. I kept pausing in order to take a deep breath and take it all in, enjoying every single moment looking out into the ocean. Once I got to the surf shop I heard the “narley” lingo and laughed to myself. I put on a wet suit and headed down to the beach with my board. Surf instructor, Tarrick, showed me some moves of paddling, and getting up on the board to ride a wave. I was ...