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... myself, am getting old and history means something to me.
I'm starting this blog as a means of communication with my family and friends so that they can share my adventure with me. I had originally hoped that some of them would have been on this trip with me but different circumstances prevented that from happening and so now...I'll be on my own for seven weeks wandering around parts of the ...
... in White Rock in the early evening. We stayed at the Seacrest Motel and RV park. This is an old-style motel with a mobile home park next door. Years ago, part of the RV park used to be a grassy campground. Ted's family stayed in the campground a number of times in tents and later tent trailers. It is walking distance to the waterfront shops and restaurants and is a very nice location for a visit. We pulled out the bbq and had a nice steak, ...
... day. I did find it very fascinating to watch the dancing. Pretty discordant. Reminded me of a Mensa dance I attended once.. Really nice folks...not a whole lot of rhythm to spare there... For two nights in a row someone has stopped in front of Ranger's and asked to stay here. They saw the lighted peace sign outside. Tonight it is a helicopter pilot veteran looking for himself actually. nice ...
... much, but I am grateful they were with people who love and adore them!
Our Vancouver Hotel:
After arriving in Vancouver, we once again found ourselves in a stretch limousine to get us to the downtown Hampton Inn. We used Scott's Hilton points for our one-night stay and were upgraded to a spacious one-bedroom king suite on the 15th floor. The hotel provided a complimentary shuttle that ...
... the sun was out and layers of clothes shed....it felt like summer!
We all switched boats the next day for the run up plumper sound to Winter Cove. Bob and I joined Admiral Guetta on his floating palace for some instuction in anchoring techniques.After some lunch and afternoon cowboy coffee we headed through Jorgason pass to our Buoy anchoridge in Reef harbour and Cabbage Island. This is where things got interesting again!!
After we ...