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... It was quite a climb and we considered turning back about halfway. However we came across some other hikers coming down who confirmed that there was a terrific lookout at the end of the trail as well as a path that led to the bottom of the climbing area for those who had the training and equipment to make rock face climbs. The footing was very uneven with loose rocks making for some treacherous steps. We got to the edge of the cliff where there was some climbers pitons embedded in ...
... to walk with our sore legs.
The trolley took us all around the city. We started downtown and then it took us back to Stanley park where we had been the previous night for the Sunset Festival. We also saw the rose garden and traveled through the red cedar forests. I found it fascinating to see our race route from a different perspective-- everywhere the trolley drove, we recognized different parts of where we had run the day before. It was ...
... 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, ...
... 8221; (You can’t not make noise at the top of the Grind, it just comes out of you, like really loud noise vomit).
There is a summit. We made it. I made it. Brain Amoeba and everything. I HAVE CONQUERED YOU, GROUSE. YOU ARE MINE.
Of course, I can’t see any of the stellar view because of the thick fog. I don’t give two flying pigsh*ts. There’s hot coffee, there’s John and Trish ecstatic and waiting, there’s a ...
... the road to wait for the Big Bus as we had a two day ticket included in our package. A charming and very solemn young man exchanged our vouchers for tickets and ushered us onto the bus when it arrived and we set off to do the whole circuit. We passed football and hockey stadiums, art galleries and an old military building with tanks outside which is one of the oldest buildings in Vancouver. It is called Jericho Garrison and is home of the ...