Lookout Point B and B
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... apartment on the North Shore. Chrissie and Darren made me feel at home and have been helping with advise. Their place is fantastic and just south of Grouse mountain. So i attempted my first hike... Unfortunately it was not to be. % mins in i was turned back as there had been Cougar sightings and hiking on your own is not advised while their about!!
2 days later i gave it another go!!
The toughest thing I've done for a long ...
... We figured beer and G&T’s were definitely in order at the end of this little event.
On Monday morning after a bit of a sleep-in we headed off to Angela’s brothers’, farm called Day Farm, in Te Puke. Their farm is the last (in their area anyway) of a true farm where the rest of the farms around them are considered hobby farmers which is anything up to 50 acres. Day Farm, run by Angela’s brother and nephew is ...
... airport security and body scans is different , but no doubt worthwhile . Yesterday was full on at Disneyland and the guys did there own thing til we caught up at Space Mountain and using Fastpass got on in less than 10 minutes , hundreds of not happy faces in the standby line (2 hour wait) . Then we all went and did California Screaming roller coaster again and then the guys did the giant Ferris wheel while I found ...
... Poles, which was tourist central! They were awesome and it was interesting reading up on what they all meant. We continued round to the Lions Gate Bridge and stopped to admire the views. There was a couple of cruise ships passing by and we were thinking forward to our cruise in December... very exciting! It was a really lovely peaceful ride and nice to get some fresh air around the coast.
That night we headed back for the 'best burrito in Vancouver' but it wasn't ...
After recuperating after our epic hike this morning Al and I ventured out this afternoon to ride the second half of the opening stage with Richard and a few friends.
Unfortunately the rain decided to get heavier as we rode but we got in a few good runs down an intermediate run called Bob Sled which gave us an introduction to riding these trails in the wet. The good news was that the timber features weren't slippery as first thought and they ...