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Had a short but sweet day traversing San Juan Island. Took the scenic route across the island via Bailer Hill and West Side Rd. Which turned out to be the most beautiful ride of the trip so far. Douglass Firs, Pacific Madrones, Big Lead Maples, and Red Alders lined the roads with rocky pillars overlooking Haro Strait. The leaves on the deciduous trees were turning color and littered vast swathes of countryside with ...
... closed for the season on June 30th and would not open until October. I guess I would have to save that for another trip. I booked a flight to Vancouver on Swiss air with a stop over in Zurich. This is one of my favorite cities in the world and a major contrast to India. It's the cleanest city I have ever seen; the two hundred water fountains all over the city discharge clean drinking water. No to mention the amount beautiful women walking around. For a ...
... Greg provided us with information on the four islands that are served by the ferry. He assured us that each island had it's own unique culture. We have his word "as a politician, fisherman and realtor." I neglected to write down what exactly he said that about, but I don't doubt that each island has it’s own feel.
After a tea / coffee break, we had our second presentation of the day. Up ...
... to cross Canada.
Because the central area is so small most of the tour was in the suburbs, especially Oak Bay. Most streets were lined with trees and there were council crews in some, pruning them. Other streets were under construction, which the driver said was usual. His comment ' The shortest distance between 2 points is always under construction". We did love the look of the areas, although he also seemed to focus on the ‘posh’ parts of town. ...
Day 126 Mount Finlayson
Mount Finlayson is a 419 m (1,375 ft) mountain located on the border of Highlands and Langford, British Columbia, about 14 ...