Maple View Bed & Breakfast
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... or I had eaten pan-fried oysters before. Ron brought out his favorite cast iron fry pan and prepared this fabulous treat on his camp stove.
The evenings are still quite cool so we retreated early tonight. We got chilled at last night's campfire. The chairs we carry for extended travel like this don't have much of a back, so next time I take a blanket out with ...
... was shy at first it didn't take him long to walm to crystal and as we walked along the sea wall he soon became chatty again. The sea wall was lovely and gave great views across the marina out to the ocean and Harrison was pleased as you could see the seaplanes taking off and landing just like dusty crophopper. It wasn't long before we found a huge park for Harrison to play in. He was up to his usual tricks both Sarah and Stuart took turns helping ...
... into. I admired them for that, and in many ways those are the folks that have inspired this trip.
Though I alluded to it in the intro I do think it is important to re-iterate the fact that we're not cyclists, just guys on bikes. Cyclists talk about bikes, dream about bikes, get wet over techy bike improvements. Cyclists have bike computers and know how to change a flat. Cyclists enjoy suffering more so than would be considered normal. No I'm not ...
... In 1991, the Vancouver Province front-page headline read "Galiano for Sale."
The Local Trust Committee began working (feverishly I imagine) on bylaw amendments as a last resort. These would increase minimum lot size to 49.4 acres (or 20 hectares), prohibit residential use of forest lands until rezoned and rezoning criteria was developed. The proposed bylaw amendments were included in the Disclosure Statements that Mac Blo provided to any would-be purchaser of forest ...
... there once? The trout are really big, way bigger than yours -sorry, but size is actually pretty important sometimes. Fishing some new waters will be a good way to move on to an exciting future. You'll always have a special place in my heart, Vancouver Island, with your pristine crystal-clear rivers, magnificent old growth forests, and spectacular mountains. I promise to visit often. For now, though, can we just be friends for awhile? With love and fondness, ...