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... of all of the work that goes into this. After seeing the tanks, we visited the hatchery to learn about the process. We learned about fertilization, survival rates, and how to identify a hatchery fish. Mike even passed around a cup with some salmon eggs in it- we could see the beady black eyes developing. It was really interesting to learn the life cycle of the salmon. This field trip isn’t something I would have done on ...
... steep street to our hotel. We decided to go walk around the small town and see the shops. There are shops and restaurants lined up all around the port in this small town. This islands kind of reminds us of Mackinac Island but with vehicles.
We went to eat late, around 8:45 PM, at the Backdoor Kitchen. If we didn't have directions to the place, we would have never known it was there. We walked right up the building and still ...
... size of my head! We had been looking forward to our Alaska cruise- not just to see Ben's parents and Alaska- but to have our own room, shower, towels abd eat a lot of food! The dessert table never saw Cat coming! Needless to say we had a great time in Alaska. First stop was Juneau where we decided to visit the Mendenhall Glacier. This was a beautiful glacier and waterfall just outside Juneau. Next stop was Skagway, ...
... passengers disembark.
Victoria is a lovely city with a
very relaxed and friendly
If you are there for a stay
you can join the Greater Victoria Public Library
and get internet access or a computer to use
every day (except Sunday).
There is no cost and you can have the same card for
a few months.
Victoria is also the gateway to Vancouver Island
and end in itself.
... see that people stop at Tim Horton’s in a hurry take their coffee ask for their changes even thought it’s 10 cents and they never take the time to stop and talk with each other they are cold and don’t care about anyone but themselves. Another thing that I noticed was that back in Alberta there is not much advertising for the political campaign and the few sign that you see are on private property and it’s the choice ...