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The first part of this awesome adventure at Sombrio begins with a ten minute walk through winding trails that go through the BC rainforest! You can feel the cool moisture in the air and the vegetation is very dense, but as you arrive at the beach that moisture was instantly replaced by the warm sun beating down on the Pacific Ocean and rock beach of Sombrio.
Immediately I made my way down to the water, being the first to venture into the waves to feel ...
After spending 10 hrs at the bike shop watching my bike being built by Will himself, I am taking my first overnight trip. Started at Matt's place to the BC Ferry then on to brother Ed's place in White Rock for a visit with mom then return tomorrow. Early morning rain turned to sunny skies with some pretty stiff wind gusts. Just met a Belgian cyclist here for 2 weeks with his girlfriend who is on a 9 month trip . She has done France then across to Brazil up to Ecuador Flew ...
... s pretty used to it!
Before we arrived at Lake Crescent, we headed up to Hurricane Ridge. This didn't really live up to its name in that there was no hurricane, but there was some snow and a huge amount of cloud meaning that we couldn't see much. The drive up was a fun, twisty, winding little road that gave us some time to test out our Chevrolet Malibu.
We eventually arrived a Lake Crescent Lodge, which is rather charming. The lake itself ...
... the British – and able to return more quickly than expected as they had good weather (for the area) and plenty of provisions. They left a spare tent there under the Norwegian flag with spare provisions and letters to their families and to the King in case they did not return.
When Scott’s team arrived they already knew they had been beaten because they could see the darkened tent from a distance. They faced the return journey disappointed, but also in ...
... who died before it was finished. His family lived there for many years but eventually sold the property which was home to a military hospital, a college, and a music conservatory. Now owned by the Historical Society, it has been largely refurbished to its original splendor. No expense was spared in its construction; the wood, marble and stained glass are beautiful.
In the afternoon we drove to the famed Butchart Gardens. They are indeed ...