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Thursday evening we were honored with a farewell dinner at
Chris and Stacie's with their children Mason and Taylor. Stacie prepared a sumptuous meal of Beef
Stroganoff, with herb roasted veggies and a fruit salad. After dinner we were treated
to a digital slide show of their recent road trip to Kansas. I have included a picture of their ...
... drive up through the clouds to Hurricane Ridge which is breathtaking up high in the mountains with panoramic views of the snow capped peaks a bit chilly up here and the continuing road is closed because there is still snow on it.It all looks very dramatic with all the mist and clouds also at the ridge we saw a herd of deer grazing
Back down and check in to our hotel which is basic but clean and quiet then walked into town and dinner at Bushwackers where Jackie ...
... br> I captured some of the sites on camera . . . and I couldn't get a really good shot, but got kind of a clumsy . . . one with a Starbucks umbrella outside their café . . . at the entrance to Chinatown!!!
Victoria is a very nice city . . . and I see even more of its 'niceness’ at the ferry terminal. We have never been her more than a few hours on any visit . . . to actually tour the gardens and look around the Inner Harbor area . . . gotta’ put on that ...
... Bay, a stop in Nanaimo (from where the ferry leaves). In Nanaimo at the bus station, we switched buses, but they transferred our bags.
The bus ran pretty much on time . . . but the seats are definitely not as comfortable as the Aurora Lounge on the big BC Ferry!!! Some of the terrain goes along the east coast of Vancouver Island . . . and some goes into the mountains . . . but we eventually make it into Victoria . . . and it is the weekend of BC Days ...
... worth it though. Not only are there great views but we get two shocks: deer and snow!! We still have quite a way to go until our stop for the night, so after a short walk, we head onwards. We are staying at Sol Duc Hot Springs. Theoretically it should be nice- basic cabins in the heart of the park, next to the natural hot springs. When we arrive, there are no parking spaces available in the main car park so I pull ...