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... fed junk.
Apparently Jeff has a plan. He wants to walk to that pier way down there. It is a long walk but made shorter by the very pretty sidewalk/trail that runs around the harbor. As we walk we see a big passenger ferry arrive at the ferry port and giant RoRo (Roll on Roll off) ships on which people, cars, construction equipment, and semis disengorge having made their way from Seattle. Float planes land and takeoff - they sound like they are ...
... lovely tea. After tea, we went to Brad's friend Dave's house to visit with his wife, Sue, and daughter, Isla. We sat out in their backyard and there were no bugs, but it got really cold and damp quickly! This is apparently typical weather and the people of Victoria don't think it's cold (they don't really know what summer feels like!). Then it was time to return to our condo, do a load of laundry and get packed. We are leaving on the 11am ...
... on deck to grab a light bite and coffee/tea. The fog is so bad you can't even see the water outside. Hope it burns off before tonight. Worked on the blog and pics from the trip as we enjoyed a relaxing view as the fog burned off. Now we can see we are getting closer to land.
Caught a show at 3:00 - Funny meets fearless with the Kamikaze Fireflies. Turned out to be juggling and breaking objects ...
A day of rest looms today, after a good nights sleep, but a bit of a sleep in as we put the clocks forward 1 hour last night.
Pamela but very interesting still not feeling to well today and has spent the day in the resting position.g.
I went upstairs for breakfast had it with a very nice American couple we exchanged our tour stories, had plenty of laughs, and food to top it off. Had a good roam around the vessel, went to the complex area ...
... conducting dragon boat races to raise money for cancer research , some of the people in the boats are themselves cancer survivors. Then round to the break water to see one of the huge cruise ships that was docked , I think we had seen this ship the previous day in Seattle. It was very nice being out walking as the temperature was moderate and there wasn't a cloud in the sky. On the breakwater we had this fantastic view across the stretch ...