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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... easy. We arrived in the village, found a place to park on the street. I visited a Starbucks for the Internet access for a last bit of work emails while Tony took the pups on a walk and scouted our way out of the tiny streets.
Once we got in the boarding line we enjoyed lunch of left over chicken on flat bread. It is easy to eat good food on the road when you drive your kitchen around with you. While ...
... at about 6pm. The bar opened at 6.15ish and appetizers were served at 6.30 pm, dinner at 7 pm and a talk given by one of the guides/ researchers at 8.30pm, then bed at about 10 pm and back up at 6am the next day to do it all over again but different tours. I think we had just the right amount of time. We got to see everything on offer but we couldn't have kept going for much longer! We met some great ...
... helped them climb a tube and then fly out the end into a tank on the back of a truck to be released up the river past the weir. There was obviously a lot of scientific study happening as well – with (dead) fish being measured and weighed.
We had hoped to get a cache as we left – but the area concerned was occupied by a number of people who were salmon fishing – just outside the no fishing area. It turned into a photo opportunity instead. They ...
... will take them to get there from the local station in Surrey (hmmm – I seem to remember the maroon team recommending a dry run yesterday, but …) There were lots of good intentions last night regarding saying early morning goodbyes to our companions but, well, you know, it is 5:00 AM after all. David and I therefore represent our respective families and not only go to the station, but stand on ...
... town was the BC Forest Discovery Centre, which was our main attraction for the day. Outside the front there is a shay locomotive and a large logging spar truck so it was easy to spot. We were there just before opening time – we were in fact a little too eager and there were sheepish looks exchanged with the girl inside as we waited for it to open. Inside they have a large collection of items representing Vancouver Islands logging history. These range from slabs of cut ...