Gang. Dudes. Kidders.Â This'll be the penultimateÂ entry before we leave Canada on Thursday 31st - I'll let you know what Vancouver's like when we've had a nosey for a night next week. See you all soon for a brew.
Nearly 6 months - it's been wicked. Haven't updated as much as I did down under; as much as I hope youÂ enjoyed reading about nature and skydiving and snorkelling and stuff and I liked writing about it, you would haveÂ become VERY bored of my ramblings about rails and kickers and boardslides and nosepresses. See? You're asleep already, aren't you? Therefore, you have been spared.
As the snow has receeded and the mountains have shown their true green selves, we've felt as though we're travelling again and not just riding all the time. Sparkling lakes, BIG nature in the form of wild bears, flowers in bloom, mountain ranges stretching away into the distance, aÂ strange fiery yellow ball in the sky which we're told illuminates other places in the world on a regular basis - all very pretty.
There's a few new photies up for your perusal - check out the bears. For fairly obvious reasons they're taken from a distance. If we see any more, I'll get Abs to take close-ups.
Snogs and kisses, C