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... high. Alexa couldn’t understand why I kept making her move away from the tide pool. The water was beginning to come back in and had she been standing in the same spot two minutes later, a wave would have gotten her quite wet at the very least.
It gets cold at night! I slept with my heavy coat, running tights, pajama bottoms, sweatpants, hat, and gloves. I used Alexa’s coat sleeves for extra foot warmth. I still ...
... It looks gracious without being pretentious. Walked few metres up the road to Craigdarroch Castle. Walk was through a rather wealthy neighbourhood with very flash houses. The equivalent of our Woolhara maybe. This "castle" really is a grand old house built early 1900's for a family who made their fortune from coal mines and railways. it is four storeys high made of stone with many stained glass windows on ground floor. (Similar to Ulverstone House, Jan.) lots of wood panelling would ...
Victoria is a great place to explore on foot and as the sun does not set until until 9:15 pm, we walked the harbour area and watched the local buskers perform. The city basks in more than 2000 hours fo sunlight annually and the gardens bloom all ...
... bead, also carved by another first nation artist, and
a British Columbia crab and shells bead.
I will look at it, and smile, remembering.
I’m writing this sitting on the boat to Washington State. We
have just seen humpback whales, so I now feel like we have bagged the whole
Dinner was superb pizzas and salad, and another Phillip’s
brewery brew, which I will keep seeking.
And so, we wish Vancouver Island adieu!
Summer Holidays. I remember them as the best times. School was out and one could play everyday. I still get that feeling as the school year ends and summer can officially begin.
The highlight of my short trip to Victoria was photographing the buck who visited my parent's yard every day. He was not afraid of me, as he just stared at me as I took his picture. Now, I was on the ...