Mission Ridge B&B
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... peaceful bays or sheltered behind little islands by night and by day explored the inlets and passages that make up this beautiful part of our province.
Sailing is such a neat way to travel; to see and explore an area that otherwise could not be experienced. To travel by boat and call the boat home for eight days is quite peaceful and rejuvanating and enables you to realize we really don't need much to survive, or even have a ...
... now we are watching Glee where the New Directions won the regionals, again. Yay for all gleeks!
I cleaned my room two times already, and I'm only here for two weeks! And I also started with a workout this Saturday, yay. Hope this will help me getting a better rhythm and be more healthy.
And then we got roses from a friend of Audrey's to welcome us, who speaks a little bit of Dutch as well. Lovely aren't they?
That's it for today, bye.
... in the lift. When we stepped out, one said something like 'do you want to put your stuff somewhere? Walk with me, I will get you to the chief and she will tell you where to go'. So we walked with him and there the chief person was, a woman. Wow, she took us back down the lift to the 2nd floor. We put everything in some sort of container and we went back up again.
Yeah, there we stood. On the deck of the ...
... of the buildings look they have been taken straight from a wild west film
Unfortunately the heavens opened so we decided to head back to the hostel for a cuppa ( we found yorkshire tea bags yey)! Luckily it blew over quickly! The weather has been very strange here we have had boiling sunny days then grey drizzle to full on rain storms but its muggy and not cold at all! When the sky's turned blue again we drove out to comox! Not a big ...
I forgot to mention something about Juneau. It is the capital 'city' of Alaska - and, hard to believe, is the second largest city in the world by area. Good quiz question!
We left Juneau, to head up one of the fjords, to see the Sawyer Glacier. The captain did a sterling job guiding our massive ship through the Tracy Arm. The scenery along the route was fantastic - snow-capped mountains, coming down to clear water, ...