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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, ...
... 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, ...
... with his ipad for Fab and Glen to email to them but his passwords on his work ipad had changed so the boys missed out will have to send from the laptop instead.
Caught up with Darryl he was taking Lucy for a walk she is slowly getting used to us (good guard dog). Darryl gave us written directions for catching the bus to Victoria for our sightseeing day.
The meanies on Vancouver Island don't give senior discounts for ...
... amp; fun!! I however have a little conundrum to deal with. The airline charges through the nose for checked bags especially when my trip has so many legs. My idea of 5 weeks of clothes and Richard & the boys idea of 5 weeks of clothes are also VASTLY different. When booking this trip I had the (apparently erroneous) romantic idea that we would stroll the avenues of Paris dressed like a chic family. People would ask for directions because we fit right in ~ ...
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Many of my friends had been following my adventures both through my blog and also on facebook. Suddenly my facebook status was about cooking goulash (from my new cookbook) or something equally mundane. I started to notice the lack of adventure, becoming very restless. My friends, I think, noticed it more than I did. Many of them had been living vicariously through my journey. They were climbing stairs with me and looking at castles. They were working in ...