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just a quick update tonight... left Whistler this morning (great place) & followed the sea to sky highway - although we did it sky to sea. great run along the coast to Horseshoe Bay & the seaside! the weather is glorious here so we sat & had a picnic watching the sea & the boats coming & going, then we got a ferry over to …
Our flight is tomorrow, but we headed to Vancouver today. We were planning to meet up with Lara at Metrotown at about 7:00 to go for dinner. Mom and Dad drove us to Duke Point (thanks, Mom and Dad!) and we caught the 3:15 pm ferry. It was a beautiful day, so no worries about cancellations. When we arrived at Tsawwassen there was no bus and when Natalie checked her phone there wasn't going to be one for another 60-80 minutes! It was ...
... That didn't stop Harrison having fun collecting treasures and didn't stop Steph having fun dunking Harrison into the sea up to his bum with his shorts on! After we were dried we decided for the first time to hit the shops. We wandered around a shopping mall which had a few familiar names it was also nice to see the different shops and brands that Canada had to offer. One of the things that Harrison did recognise was a poster advertising planes 2 fire and rescue so off ...
... been Maureen's dream and sadly, her dream home had only just been completed when she was tragically lost to all those who loved her.
Don took us to us to his favorite swimming beach and nearby we saw the sign advertising acreages for sale within a newly subdivided area. Out of curiousity we made some inquiries before we left the island that night and forwarded the information onto Jeff and Marianne. Might they be interested in a joint bare land purchase? ...
First stop on the way to Tofino was Duncan, small town with a lot of totem poles and the worlds biggest hockey stick. Thats about it. Next was Coombs for the old country market - which has goats on the roof. That was the main highlight, well that and the ice-cream. Its pretty much a giant farmers market but with a load of mass-produced stuff chucked in. Stopped for lunch which was only slightly marred by the ...