The Orca Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with two girls of a daughter's age as they played with oranges; and finally the moody man complaining about people standing in front of him (he doesn't change his clothes).
The characters I have yet to bump into for a second time include the man wearing a black fishnet leotard with mardis gras beads and another with a ginger tom cat on a lead. Can't be a bad thing.
Fernfest isn't the only gathering I have attended I have also been to my first Pow Wow. Yes, it ...
... a great group of participants. The presentations were followed by interesting discussions- onboard the bus, the ferry and at meals. Every field trip was informative and enjoyable. The meals were delicious. I am still trying to process everything we saw at the Lambiel Museum. There is so much to take in that to truly appreciate the museum probably requires multiple ...
... and bring home with me. There was a vast assortment of sculptures, including a bench that showed the topography of the islands. The town itself felt like a movie scene to me. It has it’s share of newer buildings but you could just feel the history of the place. I discovered two more lime kilns before we set off on the bus.
After dinner, we had a presentation (and demonstration) on the ...
... no photos of it in the blog as they were not allowed. There was a lot of information given in tandem about the two expeditions (Scott and Amundsen) and it soon became clear that the Norwegian team was much better prepared than the British team. We knew a lot about Scott of course, but learned much more, and even more about Amundsen.
The preparation stages were first discussed, the British team using mainly woollen clothing, while the Norwegian team used fur. I had not ...
We stayed at Big White for a few days after Vancouver. We needed to buy camping gear and get ready for a month-long trip to Vancouver Island. After much comparison of prices and equipment, we were finally ready to head to Vancouver. After several stops in town (coffee, bank, shops) we were on our way to our pitstop at Abbotsford, to meet Jessica for lunch. I met Jessica in Cambridge some years ago, when she working as an au-pair as ...