Wednesday, 18 February 2009

A lovely day off.

Last Thursday was nearly a perfect day off. We got up late, then went for breakfast at the Resort. We walked round the village, along the edge of the lake. This walk always reminds me how beautiful Waterton is. The lakes have unfrozen now, but there's still these massive chunks of ice lining the edge of the beaches. It makes you feel like you're in the North Pole. After a lovely cold walk, we went home for an hour and played the Sims. Later, we drove to Cameron Lake (Seamus drove! On the wrong side of the road! It was scary!) with Al, went for another walk, then had a little campfire and boiled water for tea. In the evening, Seamus, Al and I went round to Alex's, cooked a lovely dinner (ok...Al cooked...), drank wine, talked about religion and languages, then went over to Clint and Annik's and watched Horton Hears A Who (a wonderful film with lots of moral fibre).

It was one of my favourite days in Waterton.

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