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... evacuated due to flooding. The pictures she uploaded really shocked me but a few days later she uploaded an interview done by the local TV station ( https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_ fbid=769241406463218&id=10000132098 1684) Watching this clip was so upsetting for me. I know how hard Jan works on her farm and it means the world to her. I am keeping my fingers crossed that she receives Provincial funding to help get her house and farm back to how it ...
I finally arrived in Port Alberni at 17.00 (5:00 p.m.) and met up with my son Glenn and partner Jenn, who had driven up from Victoria.
Tomorrow, Day 17, with be a trip with Glenn and Jenn to Tofino (200 km ride/drive round trip), where my mother was stationed with the Canadian Air Force during World War II.
... were great and the views of the ponds and across the ponds were even better. It is a major ski area and we could see the T bars and also the Magic Carpet. This is like a sloping travellator to make it easier for novice skiers to access the slopes.
We had lunch at a pub that is at one end of the 'pub to pub’ walk. The forecast showers had arrived but we could still enjoy the view from the window, although we didn’t have time for the walk.
... skull, broken jaw, detached retina, broken back-the works! Still has vertigo and lots of pain. Explains the medicinal plants I guess.
On the way to Port Alberni, Graeme wanted to see the Little Quanticum Falls. They were pretty awesome-the power of water is amazing.
Carol and Bruce took us to the Cathedral Grove just outside Port Alberni-I have never seen anything like it-a dense forest of old growth ...
... that we continued down the road to Port Aberni to check out a local fish and chip spot. It is located in an old church and provided a pretty good lunch. We did a quick circuit of the town before deciding to spend the afternoon at the beach, so made our way east to Parksville. There we found an amazing display of sand-sculptures that were from a recent world competition. They were large and full of detail, with so much work ...