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We set out in the early afternoon after a quick fix at Tims (Tim Hortons for those who may not be familiar with Canadian's favourite coffee stop) on the ferry to Victoria. Another glorious sunny day (you will get tired of hearing me say this) and so it was perfect to sit outside on the deck to enjoy the scenery along the trip. It made me wonder why …
... to Mount Douglas is where everybody has left there Halloween pumpkins, it was cool to see, like a pumpkin gravesite. Then we drove to where Bruce and Sharon use to live and took a walk to another lookout on Tyndall?? It was an overcast day, but at least not raining!! Next we went for a drive and stopped at the Royal Victoria Yacht Club where we saw the local Seals that live in the Harbor and people can buy fish to feed them ...
... meters deep and in most places only a few meters wide with crystal clear water flowing through it. After doing a bit of hiking along the canyon I headed further down the road in search of Medicine Lake. What I found when I got there wasn't a lake, but a mudflat with scattered pools of water. In the summer months, glacier melt waters flood the lake, but in the fall/winter all the water disappears. From there I headed to the hostel to check-in ...
Mom and I decided to go grocery shopping today as well. We headed off the same grocery store that we had previously visited during our first day in Victoria.
Mom and I bought another whole chicken. At the time it seemed like a great idea, but by the time we were done that second chicken - well I was sick of chicken. You can get too much of a good thing.
We bought some other things and then headed out the door when I saw the sushi ...
... the centrepiece is the original quarry. It is now an amazing sunken paradise of stunning trees, a volcano like rock feature in the middle draped with ivy and banks of flowers, with a winding pathway to a view at the top. Pathways wind around a giant lilly covered pond, and every direction you turn offers new and colourful delights. It is one of the most famous gardens in the horticultural world, and certainly lives up to that reputation as far as I'm concerned. We even ...
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