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Up early to catch the 8am ferry from Seattle to Vancouver Island - a three hour trip. Weather forecast not good, so at the first warning of rough weather, we lined up with everyone else to take a motion sickness pill - a preventative measure she said! Having crossed between New Zealand's Bluff and Stewart Island some years earlier this was nothing and "the pill" was a major mistake. It was preventative alright - from ...
... night to e-mail and chill was in order. I have read two books and seen two movies all within two weeks. Such a pleasure to have some concentration for both.
Tuesday up to catch the bus for the world famous Butchart gardens. There are no words to describe them. I have never seen such amazing displays and landscapes. Took copious photos and especially of the planting plans for shade and dry areas. Will get my gardening consultant-
Maureen that's you! - to ...
Hi folks we're now off the ship and staying in a beautiful area of North Vancouver BC called Capillano.
It reminds me somewhat of Queenstown in New Zealand with the majestic peaks and permanent snow caps.
I was so grateful to my epal Franny and her son Paul who met us off the ship, with all our luggage, and drove us to the motel.
Franny had booked into the same motel as we had.
After a nice cuppa and getting to know ...
... ugly hole in the ground. What vision this woman had and we are talking over 100 years ago. It is still in the family today and run by a great-granddaughter.
The gardens cover 55 acres. Mr. Butchart ran the Portland cement plant, and once the limestone was extracted and they retired, she started to work on her gardens. The couple travelled extensively and she would bring back exotic plants ...
... size of Vancouver Island is 12,407 square miles.
The Empress Hotel has been overlooking the harbor for over 100 years. It was built by Francis Rattenbury. He built the hotel in the grand style of the hotels built by the railroads in the late 1800's, to include the style of the Canadian Pacific Railway and added the Gothic Style gables. This hotel was built in 1904 through 1908 and has been added onto twice since then.