Comfort Inn, Abbotsford
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... been so spoiled with warm sunshine up to this point. The ferry ride from Nanaimo to Horseshoe Bay, however, was lovely. And after that relaxing voyage, it was just an hour drive past Vancouver to Abbotsford.
The tour is now undergoing a change of pace. We aren't going to be on the go all the time; we will be ...
... Goose (ie Goldie) included sojurns to Nakusp - home of hot springs and mushrooms in abundance, Vancouver Island - home of fine friends, all things organic and cold yet inviting surf and Revelstoke - home of the BIG SNOW, sports recreation paradise and of course our grand child Eliana Rose and her fun loving parents Aaron & Brodie.
First stop on our magical not so mysterious tour was an overnight with Emily and her man friend Benton in Salmon ...
... see them all. My brother was there also with two of his kids...another bonus! After some short but sweet visiting time we drove onward here to Abbotsford. The older girls went swimming again, this time with dad while M4 and I hung out in the room watching Treehouse.
Tomorrow is our last leg to the south Okanagan. We will drive on thru to Oliver, then to Osoyoos where we will be staying for the next four nights. It will be nice to stay put in the same place for ...
... visualizing the importance the circus played in the 30s - 50s. One model featured 10000 people and a working exhibition midway
Perhaps the most unique were the ones dedicated to the works of Charles Dickens. Great Expectations was brought to life giving one a visual for the surroundings that enveloped Pip.
If you have read the book you know what I am talking ...
... find out what was happening where, set our chairs out by the closed road and waited until the parade started. At midday the flag bearers came by followed by various floats and banners of service men and women that lost their lives in some of the many wars. So after sitting watching and waving our flag for an hour, we went back to the van for lunch when the parade had finished. After lunch we had a wander round town and the market stalls selling their wares. Then we walked round ...