Ruby Lake Resort
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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After a quick flight last night to Vancouver from the River City and an awesome night at our favourite hotel at the airport, we caught the 7 a.m. West jet flight direct to Toronto. Kinda reminded me of the no frills flights we took in Europe last year. Our flight was excellent and on time but no real food or drink or frills unless you paid. Ear buds were an extra charge too. Landing was free. I suppose ...
... it then I was back by about 50 people. So I spent the next ten minutes making my way back up the climbs but eventually picked him up and we slowly started picking them off as we made our way through.
We were constantly reminded in the morning that this was moving day either backwards or forwards as it was the longest stage, the hottest day 30' and just basically mentally tough. The course itself wasn't as nearly technical as in previous days except ...
Bruce up at 1am taking pictures of ships passing in the night – quite close. Slept with the curtains open and they filled the room with light.
I was up at 5am because it was daylight and I just had to look and thought I saw whales. We are surrounded by picture postcard scenery just like the brochures.
My new thing for today was a zumba class. I did not last half an hour but it ...
... we are starting to wonder where we are going to spend the night. Finally, we find a "wild" beach and we use the last two hours of sunlight to dry all of the wet gear from last night's rain storm.
Tomorrow will be a town day as we are running low on food. We are now 140 miles from the US border...another 10-12 days away. In the meantime, we are beginning to think about the PCT.
Day 60 (Powell River - 6/6/10): We depart at 7am ...
... Bay. We have been really impressed with the Canadian Coast Guard because they actually send help when a vessel is in distress or there is a dangerous situation. We have found that the U S Coast Guard requests other boaters to assist and they very rarely send a vessel. Also, the orange Canadian Coast Guard rescue boats don’t have machine guns mounted on the bow. There were several other boats in Ballet Bay and several more came in during the ...