Comfort Inn & Suites
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... Mom and I stopped at The Soda Shoppe for a loaded hot dog and a drink before getting in line at the Coho ferry. The trip itself was uneventful. The ship was a little more industrial in nature than the BC Ferries ships, a little less luxurious, but still perfectly fine. While waiting in line at the dock a young family with two boys noticed my polar bear plate. They had never seen one before and had to check the front of the car to ...
Off to Tswassen to catch to ferry to Vancouver Island. Sky train and bus took us efficiently to the ferry for the hour and an half trip off to Schwartz Bay on Vancouver Island. Jim met us, and drove us back to his place in Victoria. After Elaine got home from work, we took a walk around the locality. Not ...
Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, is really a fun place to be. I am guessing it is a little smaller than Grand Rapids but has a larger downtown area.
Things to do:
1. Feeding seals at Fisherman's Wharf. It has 33 houseboats and floating business'. There is also a marina.
... and I was keen to do it while the sun was shining, so to speak. Winnipeg and surrounds could have my weekends and an odd long weekend until years end, but now was the time to travel if I wanted to see far away places. I'd made another friend in the next building, Janis, by meeting at a local church a few months ago, and we clicked really well together from the start. She's a very friendly, positive and upbeat kind of person to be around. When travelling, it's great to ...
... so that should the boat be turned over
they will stay with the boat and not be thrown clear. This by definition therefore requires that crew be able to hold their breathe whilst the boat is upside down and busy self righting itself….. Think about that, it requires nerves of steel and a bullet proof trust in one’s boat to perform as designed.
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