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... Then Audrey, who claims to had never been bowling before, ever. I got better (or the rest got worse), but surprisingly Audrey won the game. I ended up being second.
The girls decided that they wanted to play another game. Not a very good choice for them, because they were a bit grumpy, but a good choice for me. I won! (Happy Audrey only puts the first score on Facebook of course, where she won.) I had fun while cosmic bowling and afterwards we even ...
... London Drugs and signed up for our Indian Visas which took forever!
On a trip to Vancouver we got some supplies at MEC (mountain equipment co-op) like water purification drops and some other necessities. Back at home we were planning on where we are going, be sure to check out the itinerary on where we ...
... at Seneca College in Ontario and Jeff Furneaux a school buddy of Garland’s from St. John’s who moved to Victoria nearly 20 years ago.
Kathy took us to Mt. Tolmie which offered spectacular views of Victoria and the surrounding area. And Jeff treated us to lunch at his restaurant, Nautical Nellies which is located on Victoria’s harbour front, where you can watch the sea planes and ships arrive and depart.
Next, the Northwest coast of the ...
... a 9m circumference. We also stopped at the other end of Cameron Lake which was a beautiful sight. A short distance later was Little Qualicum Falls where we did a loop trail past the lower and upper falls and had lunch in the picnic area surrounded by German tourists.
I had heard about Coombs Country Market from my ex-colleague Linna and so just before Parksville we stopped there to take a look. I didn't realise how big it was with so many cars parked along ...
... right now. We got back to the boats and Russ popped all the heads off except for 6 of them. The Captain and I were to boil them and bring them back over to R time. After boiling about 75 shrimp we were ready to eat! Such sweet, firm, odorless meat, no hint of salty smelly meat like you would get at a store. I did try the heads on, got through about 4 of them and called it quits since I had grossed myself out. They all laughed at me but hey I ...