Andersen House Bed & Breakfast
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... n veg including raw carrots, broccoli and courgette maybe because we were at sea starving or the garlic dip was good but it tasted good!!, Sarah enjoyed the veg Harrison ham cheese and grapes Stuart n Steph tucked in to the candied salmon... Steph even let Darren have a turn sailing his own boat. The sail went up and down a few time we seen some beautiful islands some ferry boats, loads of boys indicating crab/lobster nets. We were surprised by the ...
... walked along Dallas Road, starting at Mile 0 of the Trans Canada Highway, and later down to Fisherman's Wharf. All amidst beautiful sunny skies. In the evening Tracy and I took a drive to Sydney for their weekly market and had a great visit over my first "Serious Coffee".
Friday afternoon we drove to Goldstream Prov. Park and hiked up Mt. Findlayson, which was a great work out, and offered awesome views in exchange for the effort. Then a little trek to nearby ...
... the 5pm ferry home.
Was nice to be home in our own bed, though I slept very well in Harvey and even awake with a few more aches here at home than in the RV.
Today Denis mentioned one of the places he thought the neatest on our trip-- Saguaro National Park-- it was indeed pretty cool there even though we only drove through it because of the government shutdown. I had intended to ask him what three or four images come first to his mind ...
... the smokers.
As things calm down a bit, Lyndsey and Patrick join me and tell me that the kid was sick because the parents kept insisting she eat and even after she was sick they continured to try to force feed her some kind of rice dish over her objections.
We finally dock and drive to Victoria. By now it is almost ...
... that my torch batteries will go flat and I will be lost in the dark.
As we headed up the Island Hwy we stopped at a number of nice little fishing towns. Campbell river was a nice place that had a museum that was really well put together. It was interesting to find out that Canadian colonisation and how they dealt with the indigenous population was very similar to Australia. Basically they took the indigenous children away from their ...