On Saturday, we did a quick shopping round (after a mandatory, but lighter breakfast at the Patrician of course!) before we went to see another bunch of dueSers for lunch at the Pickle Barrel. Naturally, quite some nerding ensued… though we had had the pleasure to see some of them for a bit on the night before, as they returned after seeing “Domesticated” for the second time. Continue reading Attending “Spy School” and bidding farewell to The Land Of Squee…
I can’t believe it’s over already!!! :’-(
These are my pics from the third and last day of the convention. Tomorrow, around 4 PM, we’ll leave Toronto, flying to New York, where we will spend the night. On Tuesday evening, we’re flying back to Sweden via Oslo (Norway).
Words can’t describe how grateful I am for all of you who made this into one of the most memorable weekends I’ve *ever* had! And of course, a special heartfelt THANK YOU KINDLY to the fantastic convention crew. You’re *amazing*!!!
I’ll update with my full convention story as soon as I’m home!
Here are some pictures from day 2 of the RCW139 “Thank You Kindly” convention. No time to add comments, but as I mentioned in my first convention related entry, I’ll give you a full story once I get home!
Oh, and before we move on to the galleries, here is our contribution to the RCW139 documentary–“Ride Forever” sung by the Great Joy Gospel Choir of Vasakyrkan, Umeå! Feel free to share the link if you like it. 🙂
We arrived in Toronto on Thursday and today, on Friday, was the first official day of the RCW 139 convention. Since our schedule is packed with lots and LOTS of interesting and fantastic events, I won’t be able to make very detailed updates until I return to Sweden. These are some pictures I took from the Thursday picnic and distillery district tour–and the Friday events. Some of the pictures are not of great quality since I didn’t have time to edit them much.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask!
The new guard is marching in on the lawn by the parliament buildings in Ottawa. Continue reading Beautiful Ottawa – a first taste of Canada