Ambrosia Historic Bed & Breakfast Retreat
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... in 1885. Picture of myself and Marion standing on the first carriage that was used all those years ago and which is kept as a reminder of the railway and the key part it played in Duncan's history. We then headed back across the Malahat Drive and back into Langford to check on young Hannah. To make sure she was ok and see if she needed a toilet break. She didn't but both Marion and Karen did! Next up on our agenda, Karen had packed up another picnic for us to have at a ...
... and magnificent estates perched above the rugged coastline. The spray of water heralded our return to the harbour - a very smooth landing indeed. A great little trip.
Safely back on land, we thought we deserved a celebratory drink while waiting for our guys to come ashore. One drink down and no sign of them, oh well another one while we wait..... well maybe they are back ...
... to get a reduced rate into the museum (a $6 saving). On display was the Natural History and Ecology of BC and a First Nation language Exhibition, which presented information on the different peoples, their location, the difference nuances in their local dialects etc. A permanent display of First Nation artefacts shows articles relating to hunting, home, ceremony, fishing, building and the impact that the first settlers had on their culture ...
... so excited and mum was happy to change her plans and we went off for the day and met the players got signatures and then went and watched the game! Whitecaps beat the UNI 6-1 but it was a great game! Before the game started we had over an hour and we went to the hospice to see Shelley, she had some family members there but we had a good little catch up and she seemed in great spirits knew we where going to return the next day or day after. We cooked a roast ...
... through the rest of the Natural History Gallery. My fave dioramas included the woolly mammoth, the BC forests, marshes, coast and underwater scenes. I learned a new word on this visit: coprolite. It's almost as good as hecatomb (from SFU World Lit 100).
After the Museum, we thought it would be awesome to check out some ...