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... to use a map, but it made it easy to talk and still find the way.
So we arrive at the campsite and pick a drive through because it is close to the Wi-Fi. Overall this campsite really surprised us with all the trees, you nearly feel like in a provincial park if you overlook the permanent residence here and the full hook up.
... in the channel. Along the way we also saw the Occidental, the oldest standing bar in town. If you are unable to stand, they will cut you off. We also visited a Canadian casino where we lost $5 CDN.
This is the last full day of the cruise. We have to give up our suite in the morning. We love this ship.
Tomorrow Vancouver and the Pan Pacific Hotel.
Up bright and early to travel 50km north to Nanaimo for a school show at 9:00am. We had to tear-down and load-out on hyper speed then boogie another hour up the island for another school show at 1:30pm. Today’s schedule was tight already; it left no wiggle room for mishaps, so getting lost in between bookings was not ideal, but c’est la vie. Our trusty Global Positioning Device just could not figure ...
... to provide for a large family, and he did suffer workplace harassment which ultimately led to his early retirement on the Island. I ended up with three university degrees not because of hard work but because I was born at a time of progress and development, when the government even insisted on giving me "grants" along with loans. Young people today have to work harder to earn their degrees. I don't feel guilty for the blessings I have received, but I am troubled by the inequality ...
... and damp rainforest. The ground was moss covered and the air cool. On arrival at the visitors centre we gave a donation to a Wildlife Fund for entry and enjoyed the informative displays they had on local hawks, eagles, fish and other animals. The centre recommended a short stroll along a riverbed to Nugget Falls. The hike was short but pretty and begun with us heading through a large stormwater tunnel under the highway. A further 1km walking and there it was. A very thin but ...