March 26, 2006 11:26 pm

Heading Out Of The Country

:note: the dryer

Our few days in Sandpoint have been crazy. We’ve dyed towels, etched clay cups, had lots of coffee and food, and been bowling. Pictures will be forthcoming – as soon as we get back home, probably. I do have my camera cable with me, but um, I don’t want to use it because then I wouldn’t have copies of the photos on my home computer.

We’re about to sit down and watch The Island. Actually, come to think of it, it’s probably on and I’m missing it. But I’ve seen it already so that’s okay.

We’re heading up to Canada tomorrow, so wish us luck at getting across the border. We all have photo ID and birth certificates, and Paul and Daniel each have passports as well (Daniel’s expired four or five years ago, but he’s got one), so I figure we should be okay. We’ll be there for three days and we leave for Bellingham on Thursday morning.

Ainsworth Hot Springs, here we come!

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6 Comments

  • Megan says:

    Good luck getting across the border, although when I went to Canada, it was really easy and simple getting there. It was coming back into the U.S. that took forever. Anyway, have fun!

  • Jess says:

    Canada, eh? Lucky! Your spring break sounds waaaay more exciting than mine. Last summer my uncle drove us to Montreal, and getting across the border wasn’t difficult. I’m sure you won’t have much difficulty, either, unless you’ve a hidden stash of fruits somewhere (not saying that you do). But you can always lie. Enjoy your vacation!

  • Abby says:

    Hey, give me a call when you’re in B-ham – I thought I’d be gone on spring break when you were coming through, but I’m back!

    You’re welcome to stay at my place as well, it’s a big house with lots of extra floor space a little south of town.

  • Wooohooo leaving the country.

    Pretend your fugitives from justice, will make it more exciting.

  • Rose says:

    haha, yeah, getting into canada = easy, compared to getting into the states :P have fun!

  • aubree stam says:

    hello, how r u?:Pim blue