Beachview Retreat B&B
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... relaxed time together. While Chris & Cill were working and Mikayla or Kayla as she prefers, was having a rest, John and I went in search of a fan! The shelves are bare and the only one we could find was a tiny personal fan, but it did the trick for us last night. We enjoyed some playtime with balls and bubbles outside their apartment before dinner. The sun isn't setting until about 9.30pm and then rising at 5.30am. We ...
... repairs to the aileron were nearly done. However, with the
arrival of the first warm day in May when the cumulus clouds were popping, all
thoughts of aileron repairs were relegated once again to a winter time filler.
The winter brought
only one tragic highlight that nearly caused me to abandon my goal of learning
to fly. Another of my flight related interests was volunteering with CASARA,
Civil Air Search and Rescue. Every Saturday for the past year, ...
... another short walk along the tarmac to the very tiny Blenheim terminal. Gotta love the small town airports, everyone knows everyone and some even come out to meet their friends on the tarmac why bother waiting in the terminal. That of course wasn't Paul's idea of fun because walking is dirty word to him, so he and Angela waited for us in the terminal. P&I of course said it was nice and warm when we arrived (at least for us) 14 degrees but Paul ...
Had a quieter day today, walk Gastown area and had lunch with Robs cousin Paul Fanning. Great to catch up with him.
This afternoon we wernt to the Aquarium where we saw Belugas for the first time. Wert weather but we manage well. Tomorrow off to the Burchard gardens for the Christmas lights.
... on the hour. It's hard to get a decent picture because of the bloody tourists who throng around it.
A walk around the area was followed by a visit to the Bill Reid gallery. He was one of the foremost Canadian artists, proficient as a carver, jeweller, painter, broadcaster, writer, environmentalist and all-round good guy. His mother was from the Haida First Nation tribe and he is accepted as the person who did the most to revive the crafts of the ...