a Canadian road trip

Okay, we’re just heading to the largest airport near us, but this is a twelve hour driving trip. Because we’re nestled far in the mountains of southern British Columbia, the nearest airport is nicknamed “Cancelgar” — a play on its name, because it has a reputation for cancelling flights. Too many clouds in the valley.

Five minutes from our door, we first took the largest, free ferry in North America, and enjoyed the view.

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Some of us chose the electronic view…

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We took the newer vehicle in hopes of avoiding mechanical troubles, only to have a gasket explode in the new vehicle.

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A Canadian road trip includes a visit to Tim’s…for the bathroom, and other things.

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We waited a good couple hours to have that fixed. Four kids on the side of the road in winter. Good times. But fifteen years, we’ve learned to keep our cool.

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Start at 8 in the morning and find ourselves nestled in an airport hotel at ten at night. Minus the kids. We left them with grandma and grandpa.

A trip all on our own? What will we do….in Phoenix…



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