Life in Canada

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Re: Life in Canada

Post by The_Maverick » Mon Feb 19, 2018 11:11 am

Popped back to say life here is good.

Freaking expensive on groceries, but gas is soo cheap. Quick look online and you are paying 1.20ish per liter. We are paying $1.16 per liter. Bear in mind the exchange rate that 1.00 GBP is $1.75 CAD we are paying about 66 pence per liter.

Good thing it is so cheap as I'm now driving a 4.2 litre, long wheelbase TrailBlazer that does at best 18MPG........

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Re: Life in Canada

Post by The_Maverick » Mon Oct 15, 2018 6:33 am

Bump

Lol...

Sorry to be absent so long,

So Mrs Mav passed her first year at college with ease averaging 89% over the academic year (5 courses). She's now studying at UCBO in Kelwona which is roughly a 90 min drive each way.

She also has had her first book, well not book but writing published on amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dragons-Winter ... +in+winter

Mrs Mav's is the story about learning to breathe fire...

As for me.. well I'm just me. Work is going well, changed the Trailblazer for a 2012 Ram 1500.

Oh, almost forgot to say. Had a friend over from England to stay with us for a couple weeks. So on the way back to Vancouver, which bear in mind is a 5 hour drive away, yet the nearest international airport, I asked her what did she thing of her visit to Canada?

Her response... Well there is so much space and where you live is very quiet.

It was at that point I looked at her and just nodded.

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Re: Life in Canada

Post by caveman » Mon Oct 15, 2018 7:32 pm

Canada , it's big innit. Image

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Re: Life in Canada

Post by The_Maverick » Sat Oct 20, 2018 6:16 am

caveman wrote:
Mon Oct 15, 2018 7:32 pm
Canada , it's big innit. Image

Oh heck yes....

A friend who came to visit asked to see Niagara Falls.

The distance from Niagara Falls to Manchester 5,513 km.

Niagara Falls to Lumby 4,211km

Oh and there are 3 time zones....

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