The Pine & Picket B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and really sweet but huge every the 2year old was taller than Harrison. He spent most of the rest of the afternoon asking if he could see Zurich or if we knew where Zurich was. We all rested in the accommodation for a few hours before we went into Victoria for the evening. Everyone was suitably impressed by Victoria as a city and both Stuart and Sarah commented on its similarities to both endinborough or London. We ...
... crows in their tops, trees with huge roots and guess what...
On our way back we went to Cathedral Grove (thanks to Marloes) to see more trees! I think I saw more than a million trees today, not joking. So Cathedral Grove has even larger trees and they're ancient. The biggest Red Cedar tree was being compared to the Tower of Pisa. It's 20 meters longer. And hell yeah we stood in front of it.
It was an awesome day. Thanks Mary, Berry and Sophie ...
... stood in the corner and thank god Darryl is coming up to Comox on Friday when we are there and he will give us the folder. What a lovely man probably wants a review seeing we were his first guests.
Anyway off that subject and back to our journey Richard keyed in the details to drive to Nanaimo and off we went. Mainly a long drive on the highway at different speeds through small towns fir tree forests, ...
... Falls for a lunchbreak - leftover pizza - but it was still raining so we didn't bother hiking to the falls. Once we reached Nanaimo we had a drive around - there was a cruise ship docked so we had to check that out - and then checked in at the Travelodge. It'll be a nice change staying in a hotel, but it feels so weird just parking Toby in the lot. What if he gets broken into? That's our whole life right there.... Earlier on the drive in we had noticed that there was so much ...
... organized to head out on the bikes. Trigger (mine) and Cariboo (Jim's) will be pawing the ground by then! We have a number of possible routes in mind but are not committed to anything as we have no other accommodation bookings til we return to Bordeaux at the end of June, and plan to camp as much as possible.
Bordeaux sounds like a fascinating historical city that saw a lot of action during the Hundred Years War between Britain ...