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Had a short but sweet day traversing San Juan Island. Took the scenic route across the island via Bailer Hill and West Side Rd. Which turned out to be the most beautiful ride of the trip so far. Douglass Firs, Pacific Madrones, Big Lead Maples, and Red Alders lined the roads with rocky pillars overlooking Haro Strait. The leaves on the deciduous trees were turning color and littered vast swathes of countryside with ...
... Greg provided us with information on the four islands that are served by the ferry. He assured us that each island had it's own unique culture. We have his word "as a politician, fisherman and realtor." I neglected to write down what exactly he said that about, but I don't doubt that each island has it’s own feel.
After a tea / coffee break, we had our second presentation of the day. Up ...
... getting dinner ready with all the extra bits and pieces. Also getting to socialize with Jessy, Brandon and Miranda was really nice. We had all the trimmings, cranberry sauce, a yam dish, sauté brussel sprouts, roast vegetables and a bacon weave on the turkey. We were all extremely full and had a lot of left overs. A perfect first thanksgiving ...
... remind us of driving through Alaska. Stopped at the Information Centre at Sooke for sights to see. Thought we would give the famous Potholes a miss too long a walk to see pools of water. From the photos in the pamphlet looked like places we have seem in WA. Decided to go to the other spots the young lad suggested, but first of all we had fun getting petrol. Only two places to get petrol before turning back ...
Plenty of daylight hours to explore the Garden City of Victoria BC with sunrise at 5:20 am and it does not get dark until 10:30pm. Our breakfast table in the Empress room overlooked the harbour which was beautiful in the morning sunshine. Following a hearty breakfast we walked the harbour area then checked out the shops, including one that sells Jade jewellery and ornaments. British ...