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Hello to all that are following our summer adventure!
Rob & I decided last year that we would like to drive from Victoria BC to the small town of Cobalt, ON, where I grew up (Nicky). The plans did not work out to travel last summer so this summer we made it a priority to go & explore!
We will be bringing our Lenny boy with us! We pretty much bring him everywhere we go so we couldn't imagine him not coming! We have organized ...
... at the airport for transportation and other funds I'll need on my trip. I've already figured out what I'm getting my little brother who claimed he wanted me to bring him back Big Ben... A near impossible task. But I've figured that one out now. The best thing about this trip is, I won't be going debt at all. Everything I am taking will be cash. No credit card at all. Hopefully this will be the first of many more ...
After settling into our condo, (Mom resting on the couch) we decided to head out into the rain to the grocery store to get some food for the next week.
Mom and I had rented the condo for one full week - Sept. 5 to Sept. 12, 2013.
The owners had informed us where there was a grocery store. It was around a ...
- 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!
... it is too big. This is not a bike box like you might see on a train or a plane . . . well, look at the picture, and you’ll get the picture!
The bus driver shows up . . . and inquires as to what she is doing . . . he explains the rules are a maximum of 84 inches . . . he gets out a tape and measures the box . . . and marks 84 inches (it is currently about 96 inches) . . . she is trying to re-jigger the contents to fit into a shorter box.