Kennedy House B&B
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With a lack of WiFi and simply doing so much in a day, we are behind with the blog. We will continue to post Photos and bullet points and then fill in the full story when time allows Went and had a look around the old town area of Nanaimo. Mostly odd shops. We took pity on a carer who was trying to push a woman up hill, as her wheelchair had broken down. Andrew did his good Samaritan deed and pushed it for her. He did keep telling me afterwards that he nearly died pushing ...
... was a walk in the very dark park to find the garbage. It was quite a distance back to the entrance and the puppies did enjoy that.
We spend the evening reflecting on our trip and all the fun we had. Mostly we had relaxation and peace. It is never to too early to think about next trips so we talked about some places we would like to visit in the future and certainly return to Tofino someday. ...
... skiing (running with two sticks in hands and jump on or over bouncy ball halves)
- speed skating (with slippery socks sliding through the gym, running against someone else)
- biathlon (skiing on two pillows through the gym, turn around and lie down on your belly then throw two bean bags in hula hoops or throw down pucks from cones)
- hockey (outside, in the freezing cold, slalom and try to score)
- skeleton (put your belly on a scooter (da's ...
... so we had a lit path if we used the facilities at night. Jim also built an outdoor shower using a solar heated shower bag that we still use on hot summer days. What more did we need?
We began getting to know Galiano, going for hikes all over the island and exploring the beautiful sandstone beach across the road where we could walk for miles and scarcely see another person. We found great swimming spots for different tidal conditions ...
... to with friends (members of a Rotary Club) but as we were tired from driving we stayed in to have a BBQ meal. Walked down the back of their property to a pond to see the ducks and beavers (who were hiding) area surrounded by forest.
Had a surprise Skype call from Phyllis and John showed them around the cottage and outside including the Pontiac. Caught up with all the news and paid a few bills then retired to bed.