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Travel Blogs from Campbell River
... it was a bit like that with the smooth dark green waters – perfect calm, and mountains green either side of Discovery Passage and the mystique clouds sometimes lower than the peaks of the mountains. I spent the two hour travelling time outside on the front deck, with only the sea wind on my face. It was easy to find peace and a mesmerising feel for not thinking about anything but the natural surroundings.
We slow down to see the ...
... Taya and Rich entertain themselves with Indian war whoops in the back of the car.
Weary Kempton and Cheyne adults return home to cook the tea. Dylan despite having walked a very long way is still full of beans. Taya decides to start exploring under the dining table and through the chairs. She has figured out how to get from lying on her tummy to sitting, and is so pleased with herself, clapping and laughing away.
... from Duncan
for the weekend so it was a great family evening. Cruise stories, hunting and
fishing stories, recipe swaps and truck loads of salmon! What a wonderful
night. Our Canadian recipe list is growing at an alarming rate and one of the
first we’ll try when we get home is Mrs Grycan’s Ritz crackers apple pie!
Back to hotel and bed, another
ferry over to Quadra
Coast to Coast on Vancouver Island.
A 200 mile drive today overs the mountains and up island. Weather is looking good.
The weather was indeed looking good as we left Ucluelet. AS we turned inland we drove into low cloud and the drive to Port Alberni was a bit murky. As we drove over the next mountain range it brightened up and our walk ...
... the mans appearance. We also tried some Funnel cake, basically a big waffle, which was pretty good but not worth the $5 I had to cross the venders palm with to purchase one. Next on the mainstage were N.E.R.D who were really good, as long as you ignore the sexist undertones and the sexist overtones. They had two drummers who were both incredible, at one point in a song they traded off amazing fills for a couple of bars. Credit where ...