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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... unforgettable hot springs. After an hour of chatting we exchanged number and emails and she even gave us her daughters details for when we get to Whitehorse. Suzanne was moving to Whistler soon for her work in Museum curating. A well travelled and very wise woman, Juma her pup was named after her guide that got her up Mt Kilimanjaro. We headed north through Squamish which was currently hosting nearly all of BC's 18-30 year old community for a 3 day long weekend festival. ...
... and gear is $850 a day... includes helicopter..
There is even skiing at this time of year,, as long as you are dropped on the snow from a chopper.
Canoeing is promoted as an eco activity.. but you need a guide... to paddle on a lake..
There is Bear expeditions... six people jammed in a jeep which drives up and down the bitumen..
Cost being $119 plus tax per head..
... and makeup! It was so much fun in there. I was told the one in LA is about 3 times the size and you can test the boats in the lake there, the quad bikes and buggies on the test course and all these crazy things. This place also had the best inventions for camping and fishing and would have the best gifts! After that we went home and cooked a nice meal. The next day we got up bright and early and went for a scenic drive to Banff! The day before was overcast and cool, the day we go ...
... scenery out the windows, as you can see from the photos, was amazing and made even more so with the beautiful sunset. Kelvin was very impressed with the views and took lots of photos.
I didn’t realise that David was staying at the Opus as I thought we were just picking bags up, so before I knew it he was gone and I missed my chance for a photo. On dropping Kelvin off at the airport I asked for a picture and he was more than happy to take one with ...
... to make use of something we had a lot of. Now that market research (fact it remained un-sold) told me that these were not suitable I decided to improve it.
I replaced the fridge type shelves with wooden ones, making use of some random bit of wood, sawing them to the right length and screwing them into position, see photos. Within TWO hours of making the alterations it sold! Now I have sold two of my creations for a grand total of $40! At this rate Rodney by ...