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Strangely Dave wasn’t dead as minutes ago he had been bitten by a highly poisonous Galorpin but he would soon be if he doesn’t receive medical treatment. As me and my friend Bill carried Dave up a hill to an evacuation zone nearby. The Galorpin could be anywhere, in any nook and ditch behind him, at Earth literally anywhere because Galorpin have the ability to teleport. the hill climb was long and tiring but it was mandatory to get out of there as quickly as possible now we just needed to round a corner and we would be there. as we raced around the bend we evacuation point Dave had already gone unconscious. Bill quickly grabbed up a Suzuki Radio and called for help it took 1 minute for the med ship to arrive but when it did it landed on them because Bill put in the wrong coordinates because he was an unpaid intern with no clue of what he was doing. The pilot of the ship hopped out looked around and saw he squished the evacuees so he hopped in the space ship and sped off. Pretending that never happened.
You might be wondering what I am celebrating. I am celebrating my first out of North America visit which means my blog has gone world wide! I would like to thank the person from Australia for visiting my blog that was pretty cool so thank you for that and everyone else who has visited my blog. I am sorry I haven’t been posting very often but I am starting today to post more often.
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Comox BC is the best place to live in ( in Canada at least) and there is no denying it. There are hundreds of reasons why Comox is the best, but I think the reason I believe that Comox is great is because it has a relatively small population of only 15000 so that means it’s rarely crowded and we never get pile ups on highways. We live in a valley, so we live next to the Beaufort Range, Mount Washington and Forbidden Plateau. Mount Washington is close by and is very nice to ski on. Forbidden Plateau, well, is meant to be haunted, but it’s also awesome to sled down and is easy to access. We also are very close to the Pacific Ocean so we can go swimming or fishing quickly.
We are half way up Vancouver Island so it is easy to travel around the Island. We also have been blessed by having a BC ferries located in our little valley, allowing us to save on gas when we want to head for the mainland, making traveling a breeze. I know you’re probably wondering but if the Comox Valley is so great why would you want to ever leave it?Because sometimes it’s awesome to travel.
But it does have a few problems: it’s a small town but everything is too spread out making getting around a bit of a hassle. It rains a lot and gets very windy and when it snows it only goes up an inch and that’s on a good snow day. But that is the only problem that comes off my head. So I highly recommend checking this place out.
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