Squamish International Hostel
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... had the opportunity to co-pilot. Great being able to listen in to the control tower and plane spot as we passed under the jets. Some of the houses on the islands had to be seen to be believed. There were even some vineyards which were covered in snow at present.
Next be trip will be to Vancouver Island to see the Christmas lights at the Burchard Gardens. That will be great!!
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- The Bug Zoo exceeded all expectations. We were the first people in the door and got a guided tour. This meant that we got to hold things if we wanted to. And we did. I got to hold numerous stick insects, a tarantula and a millipede. The millipede felt like a hair brush, the stick insects were prickly (just like our ones), and the tarantula was really soft. I got to hold a scorpion - ...
... sunsets I've ever witnessed.
Unfortunately it's not a late night. The medication the doc has given me has well and truly worn off and I have to take myself off to bed.
The fan hums in my ears, working hard against the warm Vancouver night. I fall into a deep, restful sleep. Dream of a peaceful life in a small mountain cabin. Where I hike, fish, read, love. And chase coyotes away with a big ole ...
... The minutes ticked by and after waiting for 20 minutes we knew we'd moved into second and went off for a shower. They came in nearly 30mins down due to 4 flats to the one wheel and unfortunately are now sitting back in 4th place as the team who beat us today moved up into 3rd.
So with the last day to go at Whilster tomorrow, a 20km, 770m elevation ride we have a 23minute buffer to 3rd place - first place is about 2hrs ahead ( pro riders from the US).
We have been having a ...
... as the bears go into hibernation in winter.
I drove a car! We have signed up for this program called Zip Cars, there are hundreds of cars located around Vancouver in designated parking spots which are yours to reserve and then drive. It works out best value for money if you only need it for a few hours. Any longer than that you would be best to hire a car. We ended up reserving one and I drove to Ikea! It was so scary the thought ...