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... Kevin was our guide. There are total of eight buildings with displays and exhibits on the property. In 1966 the land was given for use as a museum. We learned that fishing, farming, logging and lime were historically the exports of the San Juan Islands. There are two buildings that have been moved to the property- the jail and the cabin. Kevin was an excellent guide. I loved thinking about the history of the buildings, ...
... Bay for 1yr so he had a soft spot for us Aussies. So much so he found us a voucher which gave us an extra hour of bike hire for free. Sweet! We jumped on the bikes and took off with a sense of relief as we brushed off our exercise cobwebs. We cycled towards the water and crossed Johnson Bridge over to Songhess Point in Victoria West so we could get a view back over Downtown Victoria and the inner Harbour. We encountered our first gaggle of Canadian Geese whilst enjoying ...
... To my surprise Janice and Mike came over with a bottle of wine to say bye. Manuel got in a little later, we all had a really good time and said good bye and hope that we run into each other in our travels. We ended up going to bed later than we had planned and didn't get everything done tonight that I wanted to, but nothing that can't be done in the morning. We will just need to get up at 5am. P.S. Manuel won a good chunk of money playing poker, ...
Our North American roadtrip was a major learning experience. Here a few things that I can recall at this moment that we learned:
A gable is the generally triangular portion of a wall between the edges of a sloping roof.
Newfies have such strong accents due to strong Irish heritage and not much contact with the rest of north america (it really does seem like it's own ...
... spewing out feces. The submariners always wore dolphins pinned to their chests as a symbol of who they were. The fish followed the periscope he recalled, looking for shelter, protection from pedators. The officers used to call it walking the mile being on the stick, constantly strolling in circles, never taking your eyes off of it-you were the eyes of the boat, responsible for everyone onboard.
Submarines were by nature ...