Rooster Hill Short Stay Suites
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... 30 of them swimming and arching and splashing.
Than came the announcement for foot passnegers to prepate to jump off (er, disembark) and for those in cars to return to the car deck. Eventually we docked and I drove off, straight into another customs line up.
I waited my turn in the line, and eventually was signalled to stop by a very large, very square-headed customs agent in very dark glasses of ...
... forest, which receives typically 130 inches of rain a year. The second day smoke covered most of the peninsula, so picture-taking was not particularly great. Unfortunately for British Columbia and Washington, numerous forest fires are burning -- over 140 different fires in British Columbia alone, one in the southern part of the Olympic National Park, and 4 in Washington. It's kind of eerie seeing this big yellowish-gray cloud ...
... for a short time, the wonders that we are blessed with, daily.
What is “the Salt Chuck” you asked? I posed that same question shortly after we moved here and a new waterfront café opened, aptly name “The Salt Chuck”, which is Canadian term for any body of saltwater, especially the ocean. So I guess we will all meet soon on the “Salt Chuck” as we sail out into the ...
... ends resulting in
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 ...
... home to the Island who gave us valuable tips about getting around the island and visiting National & Provincial Parks (but more about that later). Once we'd arrived at Victoria (8 pm local time), it was a 5 minutes walk to our hotel, Chateau Victoria. Check-in was friendly and quick. Having booked a suite knowing it would be on a higher level, I was not disappointed - both ...