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... smash them all at it! We had a fire and played with fireworks!! :) that night they dropped me off at the ferry and I was back in Vancouver again to keep working. Mum, frank, Sam and Scott came over for two night in Vancouver and stayed at the met, we all went to the aquarium which was a blast and had a lovely Italian dinner together on the last night and then I said my goodbyes, was hard because I don't know the next time we will all be in the same room again ...
Today's weather was to be around 22 and sunny so we were going to stay close to Victoria and check out local parks and gardens. Joanne always loves to see gardens in bloom in other parts of the world.
We wandered through Beacon Hill Park which is close to the harbour. This is not as large as Stanley Park but has many areas to it and since it was Saturday, the locals were making much use ...
... 80 proved to be a pretty great spot to start our camping trip. We biked down to Lightening Lake for a very chilly dip with Lenny. He was glad to be out of the car and into the cool water; his favourite place in the whole world. Our good friend Mike suggested we get a better trip camera to have so before we left we grabbed a point-and-shoot that was waterproof. Great fun and I swear we have taken more selfies in the last day than last all year!
We made a nice sausage ...
... tower shadow.
They are quicker than texting. Whenever one of us went out of earshot of everyone else -- going to the bathroom, running off to FastPass, etc -- they'd take one of the talkies.
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Today we made our way 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Port Angeles via ferry across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Victoria. Our day started early, driving from our campgrounds to downtown, find a parking space (ferry parking only, otherwise ticket) purchasing a one-way ticket $17 each for the 8:15 departure. The 1-1/2 hour ride would put us in town at about 10:00am.
Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia, Canada and is located ...