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On our way to Campbell River British Columbia


East Texas Lake country in the spring

East Texas Lake country in the spring

Today has been a hubbub of activity.

 

 

 

We’ve packed and repacked and added hats, mittens, and more thermal underwear. I have enough art supplies to last three weeks—far more important than clean underwear—I’m sure Canada has a stock of underwear and socks.

 

Tomorrow we leave for Campbell River British Columbia for a five day cruise aboard a freighter. We’ll spend most of it in airports and airplanes. This will be our first cruise; I’m hoping I see whales and Northern Lights. But if I don’t, then that will be an excellent reason to repeat the adventure.

 

Of course, I’ll take lots of pictures.

 

3 Comments Post a comment
  1. Bon Voyage.
    Have a great trip.
    K

    March 30, 2009
  2. littlegemquilts #

    Love that photo – but it’s not how I imagine the Texas landscape at all! It’s rather like this meandering river in southern England – http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/318719

    April 14, 2009
    • Texas is a HUGE state with so many different geographical features; high plains to forest to coastal to hills to tropical. My parents always thought it should look like John Wayne western movies with a lot of dust and cowboys and horses. There are parts of Texas that look like that but East Texas is also known as the Piney Woods area.

      April 15, 2009

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