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... We sat in a stall overlooking the chrome and red vinyl stools. Not only did the room look great, the food was pretty good too.
The next lucky strike was the sun occasionally broke through the fog when we went up into the mountains to view Mt Baker. When we awoke in the morning it was raining and it kept up when we started to drive through Sedro Woolly. This town had all its buildings in the main street burnt down early in the 1900’s ...
... Mountains featuring. People were going crazy taking photos, but I just sat back and reflected. These scenes are beautiful, but having had a week driving around the Rocky Mountain National Park, they were not a patch on the remote and unspoilt scenes that I had enjoyed, photographed and been mesmerised by. Yet again on this journey there is an illustration of how backward the Canadian rail network is. One passenger was booked to get off ...
... and 10 kg. for me. One concession to weight was a 10", 850 gr. tablet with which we can in touch with our family and send you electronic updates of our progress or lack thereof. Now we feel we are 'sort of" ready. We are in good shape, but we have tried not to over-train to prevent burn-out before our actual start.
Our itinerary is as follows: leave Vancouver on Monday April 29, arrival Madrid Tuesday 30. One day rest in ...
Once back in the main town (I say town but mean a tiny little truck stop place) we had a look around the chainsaw carvings that seemed to be everywhere. They are impressive that they can get them so detailed considering it is all done with a chainsaw. Apparently the have alot of competitions where they only have a weekend to create something out of a massive log. Wish there had been one going on as I think that would have been fun to see but as it was we had to settle ...
Cultus Lake is an oasis of water surrounded by forrested mountains, like sparkling water in a giant green bowel. An amazing provincial park in Chilliwack BC. We had fabulous sunshiney summer weather (a nice break from up North where crisp fall weather has arrived).
We took full advantage of having the natural paradise in our backyard by partaking in the popular activity "floating" - you gotta try it! It's so relaxing, ...
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