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... headed out after fuelling up on some two minute noodles! The weather had actually perked up at this stage and the sun was out.
Our target for today was Canada Place, down at the waterfront, and Gastown. When we got to the waterfront we had a stroll around the foreshore and saw a cool statue of a killer whale then we walked down Canada Place, checking out the cruise ships and the beautiful views across the city and the mountains on the north side of the water. There was ...
... blackberries that grow wild in this area are some of the summer treats we always enjoy.
We crossed back into the US and headed for an RV park in Birch Bay, Washington. It is a small beachfront community that is pretty quiet,but popular in the summer. The RV park was nice but we found ourselves socked in with rain for the next day or so. This is probably the first rain we've seen since we left. We didn't get to enjoy the beach much ...
... I was staying in had each room decorated according to the local history. I was in the Cattle Baron's room, decorated as it would have been in the 1900s.
Day Nine took me through the Black Hills National Forest before reaching ...
... atmosphere was amazing. At the restaurant I was seated next to the fire place. I had a nice creamy carbonara paster that was perfect for the type f day, at the restaurant I was lucky to meet a local to whistler, and she told me about the families of whistler. She told me that there was once two family’s that owned two sides of the mountain, she told me that they were very big rivals ...
... It is funny how such a relaxing day on the water can make you so tired. When we got home, Kathy cooked a delicious and well-deserved asparagus and sprouts dish with grilled chicken from the barbeque, and then it was time for bed. Namely, Monday was going to be a long day! Emily and I booked a Grand Canyon tour, which left at 7 in the morning so that driving there and back (4 hours each way) would still leave us enough time to stop at several viewpoints and explore the ...