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Travelog for: Wallace

Maple Ridge, BC, Canada - 5th April 2011

By: AbbyB

Hello!  My name is Wallace and I am a stay-at-home ToyVoyager.  I have known Abby for most of her life, so long in fact, that neither of us remember my original name.  I chose the name Wallace because I think it makes me sound more dignified.


I have been sitting on Abby's bookshelf for years, and I thought it was about time to dust myself off and see more of the world.  However, I am very attached to Abby and would not like to leave her.  Instead, I will be an ambassador to Abby's home, welcoming each new ToyVoyager that visits.  I also share Abby's favourite hobby of baking!  I will be showing the world where I live, because it is a very beautiful place.  I hope you enjoy my travelog.

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Maple Ridge, BC, Canada - 5th April 2011

By: AbbyB

The first thing I have to do as a ToyVoyager is meet all of the TVs that are visiting Abby's house.  There is Hedgie, Marty the Moose, Roderich, Lintilla, and Ewan E. Ewok.


* Posted Apr 7, 2011, 7:44 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Maple Ridge, BC, Canada - 5th April 2011

By: AbbyB

We are making an Afghani/Pakistani cookie called khatai.  They are really easy to make and just happen to be vegan.

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit (180 degrees celcius).

First you mix together 1 1/2 cups of flour, 3/4 cup of sugar, and 1 1/2 tablespoons of ground cardamom.



Next, you add 3/4 cup of oil.  You are supposed to use corn oil, but there wasn't any, so we used a mixture of olive oil and hazelnut oil.


This is what it should look like.


Next you drop little balls onto your cookie sheet.  Do not forget to cover your cookie sheet with parchment paper!


Place them in the oven for 15 minutes.


Once they are out of the oven, sprinkle them with chopped pistachios and let them cool completely.


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Maple Ridge, BC, Canada - 24th April 2011

By: AbbyB

Happy Easter!  The Easter Bunny stopped by and left lots of chocolate, so let's go on a hunt!

This chocolate is cleverly disguised as rocks.


Is this bunny reading?


I can see two hiding places here!


Do you see the egg hiding in the barometer?


How about this one in the tea strainer?


Or these on this old teapot?


This birdhouse has lots of chocolate.


I almost did not notice the one on the hummingbird feeder.


Everyone climbed the apple tree to find this egg.


Look at this tiny egg in the kettle spout!


Aww, the Easter Bunny left a yellow egg at the bee house.


The motherload!  Look at the woodpile!



So much chocolate!


* Posted Apr 24, 2011, 11:57 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Maple Ridge, BC, Canada - 24th April 2011

By: AbbyB

An Easter tradition for Abby's family is to make pudding eggs.


First you take a package of pudding mix.  We made pistachio and vanilla.


Next, you add margerine and boiling water.



Next you add powdered sugar.




Next you form it into balls and refrigerate it.


Lastly you dip each egg in chocolate and top with whatever you'd like!


* Posted May 20, 2011, 8:40 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Maple Ridge, BC, Canada - 29th April 2011

By: AbbyB

We got up at three in the morning to watch part of the Royal wedding!


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Maple Ridge, BC, Canada - 2nd May 2011

By: AbbyB

There is an election in Canada today.  I watched the results.


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