Stone Wood Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... permaculture farm outside Victoria which is apparently the greenest family in Canada. They were growing incredible things, even lemons and kiwis, plus their many.cob homes weee stunning. The best patt may have been the pet duck who follows you everywhere chatting and loves a good hug! Thus our island time ended and we took the ferry to Vancouver for our mainland experience to ...
... on and on and on, about thongs and stuff (don't ask me about it). We bought lots of stuff.
Back on track. Marloes and I had our first day of school on Monday. I was in Chloe's class (grade 2) all day with Mrs Clarke and Marloes was in Abby's class (grade 3) with Mr Perich.
Mrs Clarke is such a lovely woman, the kids must love her. She has a big heart and she's very glad that I'm here to help her. On Thursdays and ...
... US has it's largest nuclear plant at Bellingham and quite often escort one of their subs into the Strait of Juan de Fuca and get a little touchy if a whale watching boat gets too close to them - they send out one of their escort boats to warn the whale watchers off. Also Homeland Security has a base on the US Coast in the area and quite often sends choppers out with troops and machine guns to make user that it's only what watching being conducted. A little ...
... market - really nice with all kinds of food stalls and art shops - just before getting the ferry at Tsawwassen that has taken us to Vancouver Island (Sidney). The journey has been beautiful, riding through the islands and we have even seen a family of 6 orcas. Wow! Today, we are spending the night in Victoria, the lively capital of British Columbia. We did not know this place was so beautiful.
... from any tap. The lake was formed about 7,700 years ago when the 12,000 ft volcano Mt. Mazama collapsed after a major eruption. The resulting huge caldera formed the presentday lake which is the deepest in the USA (9th deepest in the world) at almost 600 metres and measures up to 10 kms across in places.
When we got to the viewing area as far up the rim road as had been cleared of snow we got out of the car to stand on the hard packed snow looking down ...