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The first snow
BJ
14/11/2010

Its snowing in beautiful British Columbia - check out the Gallery

Dads away
BJ
28/10/2010, Vancouver

what do you do when you miss your dad....sleep in his smelly T shirts and write emails to him.....all by ourselves

Falling Leaves and sunny beach days
28/10/2010

Our last beach day all with falling leaves , after playing all day , we all fell asleep on the sand for a couple of hours in the sun....bliss right on our own little beach near home .....

Bowen Island weekend
BJ
28/10/2010, Bowen Island

Another great weekend at Bowen Island was had recently while rich was in the Med sailing us 3 went off adventuring , fishing, mountain biking , hiking having hot chocolates and having a great time !

Haloween
BJ
28/10/2010, Vancouver

its haloween, jack-o-lanterns burning inside at night and in the gardens everywhere, dress ups at school, trick a treating on Sunday, and celebrating the fall of all those maple leaves ....the first snows are hear ...yes thats right....30 cms at Whistler and even our home mountain of Cypress has a good dusting let it snow let it snow..... pumpkin hunts ans scary Dads-can you see the guy in the ape suit...recognise him ???????

Starting school
BJ-Its raining and grey
23/09/2010, Cailfield -West Vancouver

Its raining-never ending-relentless-getting colder 12 degrees-still raining-looking for good gum boots -and a good rain coat -boys have started school-they are happy albeit bored but its getting slowly easier or their enthusiasm is slowly getting crushed not sure which -the dullness of a classroom is claustrophobic for our young adventurers but its hard to compare to school on a boat ....autumn is here ...rich is in France..we are off to Bowen Island for the weekend to bike, fish, walk, do dirt boarding in the rain and generally have fun
Happy days indeed

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Who: Richie Bronnie Samuel & Taylor James
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