The Inn on Long Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had to satisfy myself with a couple of beers on the 15th deck sitting on the grass watching the boat leave the harbour. Very civilised.
We only have to travel about 100kms to the next port but it took about 12 hours and tomorrow we only travel 40kms and that's also taking about 12hours faster by ferry but gotta get the most out of the on board casino as poss.
Our last day was ...
... short trees, tall trees, very tall trees, a tree with a bird that looked like a woodpecker, a tree with a really big bird on top that had a big belly, trees with thick trunks, trees with small trunks, trees with needles, trees with moss, trees with snow, barren trees, a tree with a bird that looked like a sparrow, many trees with bald eagles in them, I counted 14, happy trees, sad trees, bent trees, curved trees, blown down trees, torn trees, Christmas trees, ...
... cushion of the lounge chair in the main bedroom. Guess what when we packed, put everything in the car and then double checked ourselves like we do at ever port of call so see nothing had been left behind. Well who would have thought of checking the lounge chair as that is something I never do and it wasn't till we unpacked at Millstone Manor in Nanaimo that I realised no blue folder and I had to phone Darryl. I admitted I was ...
We got up this morning to an overcast sky and by the time we were ready to go the rain had started - so much for not travelling in the rain ha. Nevermind, I guess we should be used to it by now huh. At least it keeps everything pretty and green :) We checked out of Westbay Marine Village around 10am and hit the road to go and see the Kinsol Trestle (50km north). Basically it's a wooden railway trestle north of Shaw****n Lake that crosses the ...
... I can't control what comes out of my potty mouth in the heat of the moment) and began pointing hysterically out the drivers' side window. Props to Ben for not driving Toby off the road haha. If we were in a car we might have been able to just chuck a u-ie (how does one spell a u-ie by the way????) and go back, but the road was so narrow & windy (plus Tobes isn't quite so dainty), so we drove down the road a few km's before we found somewhere we could turn around. Coming back we ...