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Travel Blogs from Nanaimo
... crows in their tops, trees with huge roots and guess what...
On our way back we went to Cathedral Grove (thanks to Marloes) to see more trees! I think I saw more than a million trees today, not joking. So Cathedral Grove has even larger trees and they're ancient. The biggest Red Cedar tree was being compared to the Tower of Pisa. It's 20 meters longer. And hell yeah we stood in front of it.
It was an awesome day. Thanks Mary, Berry and Sophie ...
"Where we love is home - home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts."
- Oliver Wendell Holmes
To be home at last! It may not be for a long time, but it's definitely a good time. I have one week in which I have time to catch up with friends, enjoy the creature comforts of my hometown and get some rest before the big move up to Prince Rupert. Last time I posted I was leaving Amsterdam, awaiting arrival in Nanaimo, so here goes!
The night ...
... ich die Abreise definitiv, gerade weil das Wetter endlich besser zu werden versprach, doch so ist es beim Reisen. Immer auf dem Weg...
Sometimes, you just have to get lucky...
The Mitchells had a summerhouse on a lake for two weeks, and what a house.
I thought, maybe a house close to the lake, but now, it was ON THE LAKE, with a direct access.
Weather was not too promising and the 16 degrees of the lake have not ...
... ferry! That could be fun! To Protection Island! Yes!
While boarding the ferry, I see that Leah and Alice, my roommates, are boarding too! Funny, we had the same idea ;-) At the arrival there is a pub, good thing if it starts to rain ;-)
I start my little walk by myself (sometimes I prefer not to talk ;-)). The island is full of nicely hidden houses between the fir trees, it is beautiful! In fact, it made me a little bit think of Tremelo, where I had ...
... excuses) in the morning.
Had a nice dinner with Barry and
long time friend Malcolm who drove down from Courtney to say hi. We then called
in to see cousin Georgina and her son Jerry
for a quick visit. Will catch up again on our way back down island next week.
The weather is wet and cold but we
are hoping for clear skies in the morning. Might be time to employ the beads