Thursday, March 18, 2010

loonies, toonies, and chicken feet, ay?

There is much to tell and many pictures to share. :)

The short story is, we just returned from a week long vacay in Canada to collect my mother-in-law from her 18 month LDS Church mission. While there I fell in love with the architecture and met some fabulous people, saw some amazing things, and learned that the ever elusive caffeine-free Mountain Dew does exist. We saw temples, church history sites, rain, snow, about a thousand lakes, and old relatives.

And we learned that you can become instant friends with strangers and not know how you ever existed without knowing them before. *hugs to all our new canadian friends!*

Pictures to come. For now, it's nice to be home in sunny, flat Phoenix.


Jenna said...

I think it's spelled 'ay' Just kidding!! I'm glad you had so much fun, what an adventure!

jinxi~ aka angi said...

Welcome home.. cant wait to hear about your Canadian adventure and see pics!

Monica McCoy said...

Sooo glad you had fun! Hope it was not too cold for ya.

Anonymous said...

Welcome back ey?


Becky said...

Scott and I looked it up online, it is spelled "ey"

Jane said...

Lol - it's Eh? ;)

They joke that that is how Canada originally got it's name - they were pulling letters out of a bag and the guy pulled out a C and said "C eh?" and then a "N eh?" and then "D eh?" and the other guy had written down C-a-n-a-d-a ;)

I hope you had a good time up here in Canada despite the cold. I'm British but I adore this amazing country and consider it my home. I quite understand why it is always near the top of the list of best places to live in the world :)

I wouldn't choose to live anywhere near Toronto, but Alberta is STUNNING!! ;)