Christines Bed & Breakfast
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... in style. But we had a 3hr journey to get to the boat, and stories of wild fires on V.I had surfaced so again. A drive I wanted to get done as there was only 1 road in and out, and apparently the fire was nearby. The road from Port Alberni to Tofino is wending to say the very least so it was a slow trek up, down and around the Provincial parklands. Halfway into it we started to ...
... wait. I tried the two flavor cone and chose Salted Caramel and Brownie Batter. It really was the best gelato I've ever had - smooth, creamy and delicious!
By now it was starting to get late so we made our way back to the train station and took the Canada Line back down to our stop. The train system seems to work great here, and we are used to the Washington DC Metro system which is very clean. Vancouver's puts the DC system ...
... I will find my way to some brighter days with my travels.
I have forged on with my beloved new orphaned pet The Pooh, and learned how much you really can love another being. He has been at my side through Hell and back, and it is with great emotion that I hand him to my sister Margaret to take care of for my travel time. He is in the best hands with her, ...
... they bought three years ago just one block from Okanagan Lake. Vic was just finishing off installing a tile back splash in the kitchen. They were also getting ready for a Thanksgiving camping trip with friends before they head for Arizona in their fifth wheel. Darlene had ribs in the slow cooker and they were a tender treat for dinner.
Since we won’t be around in late October for Darlene’s birthday we decided to celebrate early and went out for a special ...
The rest of August was very low key. We returned to White Rock acting like tourists one day; we had a ride on the weekend tram shuttle that runs a circuit from White Rock Centre to the beach and back again. It’s a hop-on-hop-off tram, so we got off at east beach and had fish and chips at the Sandpiper. There are so many choices for fish and chips on White Rock beach it’s hard to make a choice. My favourite is Moby Dick’s ...