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... harbour where we will catch the ferry back to Vancouver Island. But first a stop to visit with folks we have known for many years.
Harold served on municipal and county council about the same time Don was a member of municipal council. Later he operated a farm where Don would do custom harvesting. Sabine and I took an art course together when I first moved to Almonte (many moons ago) and before Sabine took a work ...
... my grandfather, and even my great grandfather while there.
The trip taught me a lot about myself as well, and in favour of simplicity, here's the quick version:
-Fear born of logic often holds me back: The safest game is not to play. But this wouldn’t leave much to life, and sometimes we just have to jump in. It may seem dangerous or scary, but can lead to the greatest of experiences.
-Home is with your ...
... unfriendly looking guys with tats all over his face walking towards us up the street. Time to hide the camera. We were in Indian territory and this didn't look good. The only good shot of the logs was from out he front of their small cemetery; which we also declined to do out of respect. We decided that this was no place for us so we got out of there. Along the way up the coast yesterday we saw a sign to Chemainus touting that ...
... seems to be in panic mode doing their shopping. Large bunches of flowers here are $29.95! They also seem to be over the top with Halloween. Ever since the 6 of us landed in LA at the end of August we have noticed the Halloween theme building momentum. Rosedale, not far from Harrison Hot Springs, is a very picturesque town - very appealing and neat and tidy. Chilliwack was the next on our agenda because it has a cute name and the people we met a few days ago (who ...
... the salmon don't run here til October so we didn't see any fish today. Beautiful park though with a great forest walk. We walked up a dry creek bed to "Niagara Falls" which in spring would have a whole lot more water! It's apparently a 127ft drop. After doing a couple of short walks, we headed to the motel. I guess you get what you pay for! No more to be said there except I chose it for the proximity to the airport for tomorrow. Grabbed some late lunch at ...