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... the night for tomorrow's stage. I couldn't sleep last night finally falling after 2 am but then getting up at 5.30 - still on Aussie time. Nanaimo harbour was very beautiful with the pines coming close down to the waters edge. It will be a late sleep tonight but should be tired enough hopefully. Pictures will come later
Ps they had timing issues yesterday and we were given a time of 5.48 when in fact Alan's Garmin said 2.46 which would of given ...
... shop, nice but after a big lunch??? We stopped just up the road for a photo opportunity with a carved Sasquatch. Off again and after a brief pit stop we got to the Little Straw Winery. Nice white wines, average reds but amazing Ice Wine. We even got a complimentary bottle to take with us. I bet that won't last more than a day or so! Then to our hotel for the night. The Eldorado Hotel on the Okanogan Lake. ...
... 23rd at 10:00pm and arrive in England on the 24th at 2pm. Our phone which we have come depended on to get us from point A to point B won't work until we get a new sim card, so we should have fun. Washing all up to date, need to pack tomorrow ready for our new home in a new country. Feeling exciting and a bit apprehensive at the same time, what misadventures are ahead of us, stay tuned.
Sue and ...
... the Vancouver Art Gallery and Bill Reid Gallery. Having experienced Haida Gwaii last May, I was more attentive to the art and creations of Bill Reid, Charles Edenshaw and Emily Carr. I was astounded by an intricate, complex, non-native-art necklace by Bill Reid, called "Milky Way."
Besides exercise and culture, I also indulged in another interest: craft beer. Vancouver’s craft beer scene has exploded recently, and ...
... hinder the tree from growing.
We step onto the first set of bridges and find them very wobbly. We need to keep our balance with our hands on the rope railings but we move across it fairly easily. Patrick takes big steps ...