Heathergate House B&B
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... of organisms to see. The waves crashing against the sandstone rock ledge was also a beautiful site that signs warned of getting too close to. It was a long, windy drive that made both my mom and I car sick, but well worth it after exploring such a beautiful place. I'm grateful my sister happened to end up living in Victoria because it is a wonderful place to visit with a different style than I'm used to. It's also even more special when my mom is able to join in on the ...
... were created by the wife of a cement manufacturer in the quarry abandoned by her husbands company and eventually opened to the public as the most incredably well kept public gardens I have ever seen.. being married to CJ I have been dragged to a lot.
The gardens are not just a flat expanse of plants but full use of the undulating terraine including the old dock and quarry itself have all been used to effect..
We changed location today, and took a train, ferry, bus, and car to our new destination (surprise, surprise - it took it all day!): Esquimalt on Vancouver Island. Esquimalt is a suburb (?) of Victoria, and easy few minute drive away over a bridge.
We stayed at a lovely little ...
... messy. Tammy and Sarah have a slightly smaller house. It is much more neat and moody, there are multiple colors that are used to paint the house. The family room is covered with pictures of kids and family. There is a brown shelf that looks like it was a wood trunk.
As we move to the work place, we pass the small forest of Demart. The trees stand firmly beside the houses . ...
... as the original planners had hoped. They then got behind in their ‘rates’ to the city and gave up a big piece of land as payment.
We had a photo stop at a viewpoint on Mt Tolmie– which would have been great if it had not been so overcast. From there we could see Mt Doug and were told we could drive up it after midday – the road was closed to vehicles in the morning and was popular with walkers then.
The University grounds used to be part ...