Beacon Inn at Sidney
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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Sidney Island / Portland Island (August 30th, 2015)
Last night when we moored at Sidney, I noticed a little tiny peninsula bit of land which looked like it had some sticks poking out of it. This morning when I went "up top", holy mackerel! There was a long wide 'spit' of land there! The tide had gone out, and land appeared.
After Jeff made a breakfast of vegan french toast, juice and fruit, (yum!), Al and John got the dinghy off the front ...
... Jeff is reading a road map. Aha! They each find our location at the same time and the car becomes a little echo chamber. Siri say "Turn left in 4 kilometers" as Jeff says "Turn left up there at that light."
We reassure John that the boat won't leave without us as we are the only passengers. Once he drops us off he still needs to return the rental car and is getting anxious. Off he goes. Janet asks "Do you think I should have gone with him?" We say "Yes!", laugh and head ...
... Chika (our little chihuahua) is perched on the "loft bed" we've made for her in the back seat, enjoying life and sleeping! The weather is beautiful, currently 28 degrees outside, hopefully it stays that way! Our goal is to get to Revelstoke this evening, so we will be going for it as soon as we get off the ferry! I will post some pictures in a little bit! Lots of love - ...
... day was definitely when we were packing the car after our second show - it was the end of the school day and EVERY kid who passed by with a parent was talking all about our show and how excited they were about puppetry. I overheard one kid say to her grandpa: "My favourite puppet was the turtle - he was unreal". A grand total of 700 ...
Sunday I leave for Irun Spain, on the border with France, and attempt to walk from Irun to Santiago de Compostela and then on to Finisterre on the West Coast. I have allowed 34 days for walking the 825 to 850 km to Santiago and 4 days for the 80 or so km to Finisterre.
Friday was retirement day and this is my transition into being an old guy. I will turn 65 somewhere on the trail and that is how I want it, selfish perhaps.
I hope this site works to inform family ...