The Inn on Long Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Nanaimo was originally called Colevile Town until 1860 when the name was officially changed to Nanaimo which is an adaptation of Snuneymuxw (Snuh-NAY-moo). In that year the name Colevile Town was stricken from the maps and records.It was in 1849, that in exchange for developing the territory, the Hudson Bay Company was given the rites to Vancouver Island and that included the monies earned from mining. ...
Downtown core was really tricky to drive because the roads were obviously more narrow than the ones we are used to in Ontario. But we made it to the ferry crossing at sun down -just missing the 5:30 ferry so we had first place in line for the next at 7:00p.m. We crossed over the ...
... out to be a really long and tiring day so when I got home I almost fell asleep on the couch, but I wanted to stay up to watch a little bit of American Idol before I went to yoga class.
So doing that I had stomach ache as well, so I couldn't participate in every exercise. When I arrived at Christina's I was sweaty hot, but when we were relaxing on the floor 15-20 minutes later I was chilly cold again. I didn't have a lot of energy left, but it was ...
... to be with a man who I admire even more as I have seen him working, what he does officially and unofficially. He begins his day at 4 am and tries to get to bed around 10 pm. His day is full, yet somehow he still manages to do a fair bit of writing for different publications. He has been encouraged to publish a collection of his writings in a single edition. Melo is much in demand by different organizations, as some of the previous posts illustrated. Melo's mind is refined ...
... to with friends (members of a Rotary Club) but as we were tired from driving we stayed in to have a BBQ meal. Walked down the back of their property to a pond to see the ducks and beavers (who were hiding) area surrounded by forest.
Had a surprise Skype call from Phyllis and John showed them around the cottage and outside including the Pontiac. Caught up with all the news and paid a few bills then retired to bed.