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... and also perched on the edge of the river; shop fronts right on the edge of the road; very busy little town. Delightful. As we have to drop the RV off tomorrow we decided to stay in the area where we stayed on the first night on the Island (different location) as it's relatively close to ferry terminal. Going down the road to get to the RV park we got a little nervous. At the top of the road is a trailer park (the type people live ...
... watch some TV. I also try and make reservations for the ferry and hotel to Vancouver. We decide not to go to Vancouver after all, a hotel is a little more expensive than we'd like plus we have Chuckie with us and its turning out hard to find a vacancy in a pet friendly hotel. Instead I make reservations to get back and stay at Anacortes. So we will take the ferry back to Anacortes stay there ...
... raincoat and Les Mis on the top of our lungs with the windows all the way down the ENTIRE way down!
Once we got on to the ferry we took a tiny 30 min ferry ride to Salt spring island which is a really big island.
When we got to our cabins in Salt spring island we went out for dinner and then swam in the lake and relaxed.
I'll try to keep you updated on everything.
Miss you guys,
... for the last four years. I'd started to take this experience of the ferry as being the norm. Carrying all your gear, cramped, nose to tail on the decks, insufficient seats blah blah blah... Imagine my surprise when there wasn't a man telling us to move the vehicle another 3 inches or he wouldn't have room for everybody, being able to go upstairs (only two flights of stairs!) to the deck and not only find a seat immediately but ...
... that one of her second cousins had appeared on some cops on camera type show. Whilst he was stopped by the police for allegedly not wearing a seatbelt (a fact he denied) & nearly run the policewomen's bike over he was so apologetic & polite that the policewomen let him off with a caution. Anyway back to Victoria. By now it was 5.00. so we thought it best to get some sightseeing in before it got dark. Our first stop was the Olde English Sweet Shop! Sightseeing ...
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