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Up and moving early this morning.
There were a few comments concerning snoring and rumbling throughout the night,
and there was some heavy rain so our picnic at Rebecca Spit looked like a
no-goer. Headed out there anyway for a
look at the beach and we identified the area where mum and dad lived in the
It’s a very beautiful and ...
Heute stand Vancouver Island auf dem Plan.
Was uns im Vorhinein nicht richtig bewusst war, war der große Anreiseweg zur Insel :-)
45 Minuten mit dem Skytrain fahren, dann
60 Minuten mit Bus 1,
20 Minuten mit Bus 2,
90 Miunten mit der Fähre,
45 Minuten mit Bus 3 .... um dann endlich in Victoria, der Hauptstadt Vancouver Islands, anzukommen.
... conversations I learnt of how, even though when we met she was moving to Canada from Alaska because Canada is much more courteous and suited her way better, she was thinking she will actually move to Washington because she is starting to dislike it here. She told me of how she doesn't like applying for jobs, people should just ive them to her and how overqualified she is in EVERY single thing (I don't like it when people big-note themselves too much). I learnt she was going ...
... us to say they are going to fuel up and then radio in to get us slips. We should just wait they say. The Captain said let’s keep cruising for a bit. Meanwhile I’m hanging out doing my own thing (mainly cuddling with Reilly) when the captain asks me to take the wheel. I do it and he starts to pull in the dinghy and set up lines. Renee calls us to tell us what slip and dock we are in and the captain says lets start heading in. While I am still at the wheel, he is out doing ...
Monday, June 13 is a fond farewell to our friends Bud and Charyn; we had a great time together and hope to entice them back next year when we move the Bonaventure south to California and Mexico. Of course, they never make their entrance or exit without some fanfare! Corilair Air calls us to let us know that a landing in Refuge Cove is not safe due to high winds, so ...