This Is Our Year: Sightseeing is a story written by F86Sabre53. Picking up where the story, This Is Our Year: Graduation, left off newlyweds Kim and Ron Stoppable go on their sightseeing trip.

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Synopsis[edit | edit source]

Chapter 1: Quebec City, Quebec[edit | edit source]

Kim and Ron arrive at their first destination on their sightseeing trip: Quebec City and parked in front of the Château Frontenac.

After getting settled in, the two teens go on a sightseeing tour of the old part of Quebec. While visiting the citadel, Ron tried to get a guard to laugh, but to no avail.

When night came, Ron told Kim that he had Wade fly in formal attire so they could eat at the hotel's restaurant. The formal clothes were none other than the outfit Kim wore when she confronted Camille Leon for the first time and the tuxedo Canadian Joe gave Ron a few years ago.

While having dinner, a man at a nearby table chokes on his food, but Ron managed to pull the Heimlich maneuver, saving his life.

After dinner the two teens go out for a night on the town.

The next day, Kim and Ron were flying over the Atlantic to London (their next destination) when the Sloth came down with engine trouble and a fuel leak. Fortunately, Wade managed to divert a KC-135 Stratotanker to help Kim and Ron get over the Atlantic and land at a military air base in England.

Chapter 2: London, England[edit | edit source]

After landing and making repairs to the Sloth, Kim and Ron drove to the Strand Palace Hotel in London.

After getting settled in, Kim and Ron went for a walk in the city. At one point, Kim and Ron went up on the London Eye and kissed throughout the whole thing.

(More to come)

Characters[edit | edit source]

Canon[edit | edit source]

  • Kim Possible-Stoppable
  • Ron Stoppable
  • Wade
  • Mr. Barkin
  • Yori
  • Professor Dementor
  • Motor Ed
  • Duff Killigan
  • Camille Leon
  • Gill
  • Fukushima

Original[edit | edit source]

Allusions[edit | edit source]

  • In Chapter 1, the part where a KC-135 Stratotanker refueled and towed the Sloth in mid-air was loosely based on the time an F-4 Phantom faltered over the Atlantic and a KC-135 rescued it.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

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