Gingerbread Cottage Bed and Breakfast
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... is rolling hill and dessert like, then into Pemberton way with amazing tall mountains and trees with some dusting of snow. Luckily enough we didn't have to drive through any snow on the way to Lilloet Lake turnoff. So we turned off at the forest road which is the same road we use to go to Strawberry Point. From my research the night before, it was 130kms away. So I reset my odometer so we could track it. 130km on a logging road. Gravel. Pot holes. 40-50km an hour. This would ...
... move out here! (There was one listed for sale...) The weather is so fabulous for much of the year, and the city is a gem of people-oriented living.
This delightful discovery was followed by a pleasant saunter through Victoria's Chinatown - which incidentally is the oldest Chinatown in Canada, and the second oldest in North America, after San Francisco's. It sprang up in 1858 after the discovery of gold in the Fraser ...
... favourite mode of transport (Aquabus) for another five minutes until we got dropped off and made the short walk to Spinnakers, pausing as we did so to admire a very picturesque sunset that was lighting up Victoria harbour very attractively.
Spinnakers rescued all of the previous disappointments accrued by The Docks. Great atmosphere, really well staffed by people who knew what they were doing and excellent beer and food to boot. We even got ...
... driver instead. My duties involve driving performers and/or important guests of the festival to and from Vancouver International Airport which is two hours south of Whistler.
WOW! I went to the convention centre with Jenny on Saturday afternoon, 12th April to pick up the car I will be driving and get information on who I am picking up. Jenny came with me to keep me company on the journey back and also to see a bit of Vancouver.
... Summer Olympics, could that money also be put to better use? The same could be said of London 2012 as well?
In the end, who are the Olympics for? Worldwide TV audiences? The betterment of the human race? Or to raise the hopes and aspirations of the host nations, or a mix of all three?
3rd March - Jenny gets the freshest tracks! I’m very jealous as I didn’t think of this! We were skiing on Blackcomb when we passed a snow ...