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... curves no oncoming traffic approached because we both would not have fit. We made it to the Bella Pacifica Campground around 2:30 PM and set up. We had originally reserved site 144 by accident. Luckily Tony figured out it was wrong before we arrived and called to get us moved to one of a better size and comfort. Site 144 is tiny and Jed would not have fit more than half way in and has no hookups. Site 44 was our site with a partial view of the ocean. We originally pulled ...
... a quick change back in to our bonfire clothes we headed back to the campsite much to Harrison's joy there was more corn on the the cob, we had tea gave Nathan his birthday gifts sang happy birthday and had ice cream cake and made popcorn on the fire, Stuart and Teresa had a rematch Stuart was thrilled to see Tess had mended His racket!! Harrison played with his ball and in the back of the ...
... of our shopping bags when we got home. I have also taken a picture of our car for Julie.
The town is run by young people who clearly rotate their duties in shops and cafés with being out on the beach and growing their hair. Anyone who believes there are too many coffee shops in the UK just needs to stop here. Practically every other building delivers coffee of some description.
... amongst three grey whales. These were around `13 metres long. They are not as exciting as humpbakcs or Orcas; more graceful as they dive. Saw a couple of tail flips as they went down for food. Stay under for around 5 minutes. Time to head back; a couple of people were feeling a bit under the weather with the stationary rolling. I wasn't too bad but pleased that we were moving again.
Went around between some ...
... for me and guess what..........she originated from England !!
When I arrived in Victoria, I rode around and, while looking for a place to park near the parliament building, noticed a Yamaha 1200 Tenere with UK plates. I parked beside it and waited for the owners to arrive. After eating a pound of Strawberries and read a few pages of my book Ray ...