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Mar 5, 2014 - Homeward Bound

I woke early and I slipped out to get us some coffee and breakfast. This was our final day and it was going to be a long one. We had to completely repack our bags (making sure that they were under the weight restrictions) before heading to the airport for the trip home. We checked out at noon and loaded our gear into a large van that the hotel provided to take us to the airport. We had reserved this a couple of days before and had asked for a large van to take all our stuff to the airport. However, when they pulled the vehicle up it was a...

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Jun 23, 2011 - Back Home Again

Linda's perspective of the trip: We/I had a great time Scotland. What were my favorite things you ask? -all the cute lambs (white faces, black faces with white wooly bodies) When we would come up to a fence they would get all excited and they would run over to us and baaaaa in their cute lamby way. - the highland cows with their wooly coats and hair in their eyes. They have the same look as Ryan had when he was in his hair over face look. The babies are all fluffy and cute. -staying in a real live (okay, it is dead) castle. It was pure...

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May 31, 2011 - Last Minute Preparations

Well, tomorrow we head out for Scotland. A dream trip for both Linda and I. We fly from Calgary to Glasgow at 3:30 PM and get into Glasgow at the un-Godly hour of 06:30 AM on the 2nd of June. Hopefully we can get some sleep on the flight over. All the lists are checked and the bags are packed (well Linda's is anyway). I still have to repack mine one more time, and set up a couple of apps on my iPenis (I mean iPad). We checked with the airline today and they told us that the baggage allowance for us is only 20 KG each (one bag only) plus a...

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Jul 1, 2009 - Three Hills

July 1, 09 Wednesday We have decided that we are not prairie people. We find that the flat wheat and grasslands are very boring. After leaving Camrose we had more interesting rolling hills and coulees. We saw 2 deer in the fields today. We took a little side trip through Viking. It looks like it is a dying little town. We just missed Viking Day and Troll food! Three Hills is a beautiful treed, well kept little town that is turning into a retirement community. It sits on a hill overlooking the flat grasslands. The people here make good use...

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