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... br> We finally leave to meet Jez for lunch. Today we are off to try some Montreal poutine at Poutineville. Its another warm day so we stop by to grab a smoothie on the way. We chill in the shade and do a little people watching again before we continue our walk to lunch.
We catch Jerry as he is locking up his bike and I punch his shoulder to say hi. We get a table outside Poutineville and check out the menu. Lots and lots of choices. Your potatoes can be ...
... Angleterre ‘Angletaryer’. A relatively uneventful walk except for the frozen scarf. I was ridiculously excited when the scarf I’d had wrapped around my face (the pink zebra one), wet from breath and condensation froze solid, as in rigid sticking out solid. I didn’t think that was actually possible so was of course thrilled despite the cold nose.
The Olympic park, is like most ...
... my suitcase on the floor, sat on it, couldn't remember if there was anything in there that wouldn't react too well to that, and didn't care. I just waited for the clock to tick around to one. People just kept checking in steadily. I knew I had to wait until the bitter end before I gave up and went to call West Jet to let them know I couldn't make that evenings flight from Winnipeg, and see if it was possible to book one for late Thursday or early Friday, or worst ...
... and we walked, Thank goodness for the flat boots. It was 8 degrees. Today's outfit - black jeans, new chambray shirt from yesterday's bargain shopping, cream cashmere sweater, cashmere pashmina, new socks from yesterday's bargain shopping, usual boots, purple trench, Ray Ban sunglasses, silver dangly earrings. There is just no point wearing necklaces - your neck is covered with your cashmere pashmina. I'm also going to stop wearing dangly earrings - they get ...
... ice and made some presentations. Prior to the start two huge machines come out and re flatten the ice ready for the game. Still couldnt beieve I was actually at a game. Off the game went and rattled along at a really fast pace with the puck transferring from end to end at breaknet speed. It was great to watch the game live. You get a much wider view of the game unfolding before you and an understanding of the intricacies of tactics and interchanges of players. The game ...
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