Fairhaven Village Inn
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This morning Mrs Faber, Kels and I left house around 10:30 and drove to fair haven park. We left the truck by about 12, and rode our bikes on a mountain trial down to Larrabee State Park where we hied down to the beach. It took is a good 1.5 hours to bikes 6.4miles (there only!) and then we biked back again and made it back by 2:45ish. Because it …
Overall, I enjoyed Vancouver and am very happy I got to spend some time there. Now I would like to get to some outlying areas in Canada, which I'm sure are even more gorgeous. I am usually not a fan of a city's huge amount of people and traffic, so I would like to see some smaller towns as well.
I'm leaving you with some final pics from the Amtrak. Thanks for coming along with me on my journey once again!
... the scenery and the pictures don't really show the majesty. We drove past Mount Hood, Mount St. Helens and Mount Rainier to name a few of the most notable mountains. And, oh what fun we had going up and down the 6%25252525 inclines and declines. Nick handled the coach with car in-tow perfectly while I sat back and snapped picture after picture with my trusty IPhone. Portland, Oregon was a bit of a disappointment. Extreme traffic ...
... for my MP. After that I went to downtown Bellingham to look what was going on in the city center and around 4 pm I went home. Around 5 I already left again though, because I wanted to attend soccer practice again, only this time I would observe the Under 16s practice session. Very interesting to see
Tomorrow it's time to visit the Lummi reservation!
Today was an important day. I would see my fellow students again, we would attend our first classes and I would go to Reed (Tina's hostbrother) his soccer practice session, which was at the college soccer field.
I met my fellow students in a room in the Cascade Hall. After a little chat the organizer of the program came in. He's a German immigrant called Ulli Schraml. He gave us an introduction to the program, told us ...