Union Club British Columbia
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... I have offended anyone who is reading this blog - I apologize now for whatever I may have done (assuming I was out of line).
With less than 2 weeks to go - my packing list has become my primary focus. As I will be backpacking and not staying in one place for long, travelling light is important. There is a rule of thumb to carry no more than 10 - 15% of your body weight. So unless I bulk up in the next 2 weeks, I am aiming to limit my ...
So away we go...well kind of. Thanks to my superior planning we puttered to the nearest gas station to fill up our very thirsty little red wagon at 8:00am sharp. Although we just bought BCAA (also known as 'Nicky Fault Coverage' as I have a bad track record of locking keys in the car), Rob would not have been impressed with me if we needed to call them for gas at the bottom of our drive way! But, we made it!
Before I go any further in this blog I should explain our personality ...
... Finally you arrive at the James Bay Inn. You drop off your stuff and walk downstairs to find some food in the restaurant. The waitress tells you that you have to wait for 20 minutes so you decide to walk into the city and find The Spaghetti Factory, not a good idea because it looks chock-a-block in there. You have to walk all the way back, so it's like 20-30 minutes later. Again the waitress tells you it's 20 more minutes, ...
... recalls this trip. He added the road, narrow and winding, that came down from Prescott when I mentioned my intention. For me, it was being in the hospital room when Chloe was born, driving down Oak Creek Canyon from Flagstaff to Sedona, seeing Montezuma's Castle, walking through the One Thousand Palms oasis, walking through the campsite at the bottom of Oak Creek Canyon before Sedona. As I reflect, more and more images flood in-- the White Sands monument ...
... rest stop. Mindful of time we were back on our bikes and heading back over the Johnson Bridge and along Victoria's harbour promenade. We passed the old Swans Hotel, the seaplane terminals, what we believe was the old customs house and a memorial commemorating the efforts of the Canadian Navy. We then arrived at the visitors centre which overlooked the impressive and famous Empress Hotel. This gorgeous hotel with castle like features and manicured gardens complete with ...