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... s meeting dues.
Following the meeting - after a great show and tell - I did a short interview with Gloria whose work I admire greatly. A blog post will appear shortly over on diane-duncan.com, my art blog. It has been a challenge to keep two blogs up to date on this trip!
Late afternoon we headed on to our RV park for the night, situated deep in a ravine above a small mountain river.
... next few days are going to be very busy. We have group meetings like we allways do in the day. but Tomorrow night we have a welcoming or "blanketing" ceremony with the elders of the Cowichan Tribe. I have read about this and I'm pretty excited because its not very commun and it is a great honor to be welcomed by the Cowichan tribe in this way. On Friday I think we are also going to take the Mozambicans to a hockey game! Which I'm pretty excited for and I hope they like ...
... on this day.) We could not find it. So we see a Walmart with a McDonalds, so we stop there. Their ice cream machine is broken. Then we do find another McDonalds and have to settle for that. We stopped for the night at Courtenay, BC and learned from the campground owner that there was a RV repair place close by. This was Sunday, Monday was BC Day, a holiday in BC and they might not be open. They weren't. The rest of the day did ...
... room. Inside the room sat a fully loaded Dawes, the owners told us he was from Liverpool. Would very much like to run in to him as I would imagine he would have some great stories. A great dinner at White Spot, followed by wine and down time in our small, but comfy room. This trip was planned earlier this year as an opportunity to see how we coped on a longer cycling trip and to build Marilyn's mileage and confidence leading up to "Our Big ...
... and vans (random), but all too soon we had to pile back into the Hound-Dog and were on the road again. As we pulled into our campsite called Shaden Oaks it was pretty deserted so we took advantage of the space and spread our selfs out all over the meadow. There was plans to sleep out under the stars but the amount of Mosquitos around soon put an end to that. Whilst dinner was being prepared the girls all went to the swimming pool which was ...
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