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... Going to bed, I fell asleep to the sound of the various trains going through town - every train has to hit the horn for every crossing, of which there are many. The sound of the horns echoing through town and off the surrounding mountains slowly lull you to sleep.
I found out the hard way that Alex and I had covered a lot of ground heading westward the last few days: I have jetlag (proplag?), meaning that I was wide awake about 4 this morning. Right as I was drifting off ...
... northwest right along our line of flight, and crossing the Rockies in the afternoon hadn't worked out that well two weeks ago.
I suggested that Alex try to cool himself off by pouring some water on his hair. He did that, then tried to splash some on his back from an empty drink cup. He gave me the cup, and I proceeded to douse him right in the face, and this then triggered a great laughing free for all as I hit him a few more times with ...
... and plan to not investigate either. All in all this is a beautiful area to visit. I used to live in Spokane many years ago which is about 100 miles southeast and also traveled in area for business in during that lifetime, back in the 70's, 80's and 90's. We don't plan on visiting western Canada until next year.
We will remain in this area for 9-10 days while attending the annual Shorland Family ...
... wasn't full of people. Perfect. The sun was shining and the day was surprisingly warm ... We put far too many layers of clothing on!
Hired some skis and tested the beginners slopes out all day. Matt, being the speedster he is Sussed it out pretty quickly and enjoyed the adrenaline of cruising down the slope out of control.
Me, I took it slow and steady. My last 2 ...
... gathering place on hot days. It was only in the mid seventies, so just a few dogs and brave individuals approached the streaming water.
Stella came with us and we moved on to City Beach for Lunch. It’s located right off the main drag. It’s a nice sandy beach on the lake. We lunched over cheese, crackers and some great jalapeņo chips. Stella’s family showed up later and we had a nice visit.
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