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... the USA for once went without a hitch.
Our first stop before reaching our RV Park was the Aussie Pie Shop where we stocked up on pies, lamingtons and matchsticks. Also a packet of Scotch Finger Biscuits.
One advantage of coming back to Seattle was that we would be able to do the tour of the Boeing Museum.
This is a history of flight and is set out so well. Aircraft are displayed hanging from ceilings, on the ground ...
23-05-15 Long Iron Road to Alaska ON TRAIN- Vancouver
Today I awoke at about 4am and just thought it as another day on the train. With the scenery as it has been these last few thousand miles across Canada I had no intentions of getting up early, that was until I lifted the blind and looked outside!!!
Out there was like a changed world. We were hanging on the cliffs high above a wonderful fast flowing river.
Within seconds I was out from under the ...
... a friendly city and while the sun shone a very pleasant to city to walk about. Our first journey was round the sea wall of Stanley Park which was right next to our apartment. This park sticks out into the water and is a lovely mix of wild and formal. Walking around the edge was a great tramp and took us back into the older west end of the city. Here there were whole streets of lovely old low rise properties with proper gardens and masses of street greenery. We ...
... in the middle of the park. We ended up watching a dolphin show, 2 pacific dolphins rescued from nets that were now unable to be rereleased into the wild. We also caught a beluga whale show, in which I volunteered and had the whale spray water at me, quite funny!! The aquarium is quite good with otters, dolphins, fish and frogs. It also houses animals that they have saved and helped recover, unfortunately I'm not a fan of the size of the pools they get to live ...
... south through Richmond to a little harbour in Steveston to catch the boat. I didn't realise until we were driving through but the little town was the one that was used as Storybrooke in the TV show Once Upon A Time. Awesome!
When we got out onto the water it was really foggy with only a few meters visibility. We weren't that confident that we'd find anything but within half an hour we saw a school of pacific white sided dolphins. They were ...