The trip home from the airport was perhaps the most epic part of this adventure, but more on that to follow.
|Heidi killing it in the pursuit race. She punched her ticket to World Juniors.|
|Adding top coats to the skis. Even at -19C some top coats were making things better. Do you have Solda products in your box? You should.|
|A poster we found in Thunder Bay. I don't even know what to say about this. Read the DJ names who were playing at this gig.|
|Our furnace eventually stopped working. At many venues, this would have been a disaster. However, because we were at Lappe this was promptly rectified and an oil heater provided in the meantime!|
|Gord Jewett - 2010 Olympian and new recruit to the AWCA service squad. He survived, but he's very tired. Really excellent to have Gord along.|
|Further evidence that Thunder Bay is not good for my shape.|
|We had Thai food one night. Chris struggled with the spiciness a bit.|
|Flying home. I've read this issue quite a few times. Also, anyone who says that West Jet is better than Air Canada simply hasn't spent much time on airplanes.|
|The pickup lane at YEG. Apparently I live in the Tundra.|
|There is a lot of snow in Edmonton.|
The next three weeks will be spent to Edmonton and then it is straight back into racing. I head to Sweden at the end of the month before jetting back just in time for the Canadian Birkie.