Anderson Creek Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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I have had a series of 'one thing leads to another' discoveries.
The first happened because I picked up the local paper on a whim and came across the ad for the Neil Diamond tribute concert referred to in one of my previous posts.
Out of the decision to go to that show I found the Mt Baker Theatre, a beautiful theatre (circa 1927) in a Moorish-Spanish style, and by chance overheard a conversation concerning individual tours of the building.
... Canada and we had run out of time in Chilliwack, so they were on the menu tonight, along with yummy sausages and coleslaw. We dined out by the pool and had a lovely night. We said our goodbyes and Jill and Pete dropped us back at the RV park. We headed off south to cross the border, with rain drizzling down. Considering we have been in Canada, Alaska and the Yukon for 34 days and this was only our 3rd rainy day we have been very fortunate. It took about 3 hours to get to Sumas where ...
... as you all know and we share a beach house in Baja with two other partners. To have us be in the same harbor on the same day in all of the Inside Passage is just good luck. We say our goodbyes and wish each other safe travels and take a taxi back to the ferry.
From this point forward on our ferry ride, we will remain aboard with no more ports of call. We happily settle in for a full day aboard our vessel, where - when not napping or eating - we take full advantage of the ...
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... who is rumoured to be able to spell his own name. Simple!
I start to think about the advantages of this system, and some of the things I might "trade" when we get home. There's that dinner set we never seem to use, some of Nanette's shoes .... Obviously the list doesn't include any of my man-stuff, because it's all essential to the effective running of our household, but I reckon this could just work. I'm just getting into the swing of it ...