|Me! In the bikini! What do you mean, only in my dreams?|
My life in the past four years has consisted of a lot of firsts: first time really living on my own, first time travelling on my own (to a foreign country where I don't speak the language, no less), whale watching, piranha fishing, zip lining, well, you get the drift. Nothing is too outlandish, but for this former scaredy cat, it's all bonus.
So last week, my buddy Elaine and I participated in the Cambridge Bay Polar Bear Dip, to raise money for the community centre. Now how many of your friends/acquaintances have been to the Arctic, besides me of course? None, for most of you. And how many of those
So, on a blistering 15 degree C day along with a handful of other
|Nice 'do! And our Dr. McPherson, just in case.|
Anyone remember the DEW line? It was a joint venture with the States and Greenland et al to protect us, more like U.S., from the Russkies back in the days of the Cold War, when there were only 2 nuclear crazies in the world. Russia and the States. Nowadays, we have 15 or 16 nuclear crazies out there. Well, hot damn, we were invited out there for brunch. Picked up at the residence, and chauffeured there and back. Eggs cooked to order, bacon, sausage, fried baloney for the easterners, coffee, and SHOPPING! What more could two Ontario girls ask for?
Beer. Okay, got that last night. I'm a happy camper, and still the luckiest girl around.
Congrats, amiga!!! Brrrrrr!!!ReplyDelete
Way to go, Judy. You're SOOO lucky!!! I've swum in most of the oceans of the world, but, strangely enough, never in the Arctic Ocean!!!!!!! Aren't polar bears' lips black anyway?????ReplyDelete