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Many people told me I was going to love Vancouver & how right they were. It's a beautiful city, easy to get around & the people are gorgeous & helpful when asked for directions. Speaking of gorgeous, lots & lots of very good looking men everywhere! I mean everywhere. Now I don't know if it’s just because I’ve got time to take in my surroundings & notice this phenomenon but it’s very easy to have a smile on your face all ...
We unpack in our new apartment, and I have the first shower. And what a shower. It has about a dozen different nozzles, and I flood the entire bathroom, which leaks onto the 200 yr old inlaid parquet flooring in our bedroom. We sop up the mess with every towel and roll of paper in the place. The Rosswalds have arrived! Now the fun is figuring out how ...
... afternoon and evening ahead of me. Vancouver is a modern, clean and vibrant city, although if I'm honest I would say it lacks character. To get a better view I paid a few dollars (seniors rate again!) and went to the top of the lookout tower.
In the evening I found a steakhouse and enjoyed a very nice steak washed down with a couple of pints of Whistler Pale Ale whilst watching Seattle Sea Hawks beat the Green Bay Packers ...
... Multnomah Falls, Eagle Creek, Angels Rest, Triple Falls) and at the Oregon Coast (Cape Falcon, Manzanita); visiting the Saturday farmers market where you can easily spend your entire paycheck (if you are receiving a paycheck) on fresh produce, cheese, wine, beer, and mushrooms; bicycling through Portland with Tanya, who took me on the “homeless” downtown tour; going to yoga and swimming; gardening; having pedicures and a foot massage; visiting my old house; eating at ...
The Cruise was relaxing and we had fun visiting ports Juneau (Alaskian Captial), Skegway and Ketchikan. We also visited Glacier Bay which was worth the trip on its own.
The Lumberjack show at Ketchican was lots of fun and Donkey got up to his tricks again. Fortunately for me the weather was pretty good and the open sea part of the journey was relatively calm.