Today is our last day in the North. Around lunch time (in about 3 hours), we’ll be taking a bus to a place called Dawson Creek, where we’ll catch another one to Kamloops, B.C. This’ll be the longest Greyhound ride of our Canadian leg, and all told we’ll be in Greyhound’s nasty clutches for about 18 hours. It makes me shudder, but we have no choice. At least we’ll be leaving this snowy tundra behind.
Luckily, we’ve also had the pleasure of spending the last week or so visiting with my sister Kelli and her family. It’s always nice to see the kids, even though they seem to be giving her a bit more grief than usual by not always doing what they’re told. We did a lot with them, including getting to attend Kindergarten for Delaney’s Special Helper Day. That was pretty cool. We also brought a late haul of Christmas presents with us, and finally let the kids get into them last night.
There are a few more pics up here. Thanks for having us Kel and Dean!
I agree Gregory. That cat is ridiculously cute. It was great seeing you guys. Keep in touch.
Love, Uncle Chris
p.s. – I’ll update the map soon, I promise!
I think Tiger was very cute when he was touching the ball.
Hahah, great photos. I love the cat touching the electricity orb.
Uncle Chris and Auntie Laura:
We loved having you and although we were sad to see you leave we know you have greener pastures calling your names! Thanks for all the laughter and memories we will cherish them dearly while you are away! Luv Kelli and the family! PS Dean wants to know when you will be back to cook him more curry… yum!
18 hours greyhound…makes me shudder as well…