What we did in Alaska

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The cruise ship went into three ports. The first of these was Juneau. Juneau is the fourth largest city in Alaska with a population of 40,000 people. What makes it so interesting is that it is land-locked. There are no … Continued

Cruising Alaska

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As a first time cruiser, I found the whole experience quite fascinating. I have just spent a week on a large boat with 1499 other passengers 600 employees, four restaurants, a casino, numerous jewellery shops, a movie theatre, a demonstration … Continued

Grouse Grind

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Grouse Grind: Vancouver Tuesday 28 June The Grouse Grind is a gut busting 2.9 kilometre hike up Grouse Mountain. It has 2830 steps, an elevation gain of 853 metres (2800 feet) and has a 52 degree incline. Training for this … Continued

Osoyoos 23 and 24 June

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Osoyoos – Friday 24 June The name Osoyoos rolls around your mouth and slips off the tongue like a Hershey’s toffee. It’s the southernmost town in Okanagan Valley in British Columbia. It borders Washington State at Oroville so part of … Continued

Positive self-talk

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Internal communication influences our external communication I needed a par on the 16th hole. I was having a great round and as a result, I began to put myself under pressure. I stood over the ball and took extra care to … Continued


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“To my mind, the greatest reward and luxury of travel is to be able to experience everyday things as if for the first time, to be in a position in which almost nothing is so familiar it is taken for … Continued

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