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... felt good going from mountains to sea in the same day.
I was really happy to see my son Glenn and his girlfriend Jenn, and this made this part of the tour very worthwhile.
Tomorrow, Day 14, will be a rest day. The weather is forecasted to be overcast with light rain, so it is a good day to recharge my batteries.
... and their families and we are so grateful for them. I had scheduled the internet to go back on Friday so we had that and should have our limited cable back today. 17 states, 5 provinces and just over 19,000 km. and we are back home for a while at least. That makes just over 30,000 km. in two big trips in the past 9 months that my wonderful husband has driven and that Harvey has handled. Wow!!!!
... parts of the Victoria Day parade. This was our first view of
a North American type parade.
Numerous marching bands participate and all bring their particular style of music and choreography. Together with local businesses and community groups they form a two hour parade full of music, colour, community and business promotion. The crowds cheered and clapped and encouraged the participants. It was very much like you we see in the movies.
Up early to get ready for the interview. We had to drive about 15mins and didn't want to get lost and be late so we left with plenty of time. The interview was at 10:30am and we arrived with plenty of time. Sarah was in there for about an hour and left feeling really good about it. There was a couple of others there and it was a different setup, in a group setting then one on one. They had all these weird questions and went through ...
- Go sailing. Oak bay is renowned for its sailing parties. We were invited to a Pink Floyd dress up race/ sailing party. So much fun.
- Check out University of Victoria: the building are beautiful and there is a lot of wildlife to see running around campus such as squirrels and deer.
- Hire bikes and ride the Galloping Goose trail. In the warmer months the bushes will be full of blackberries to pick and eat. yum!