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... vehicles. Negotiating the highways was fine and I soon got the CD player working. I know it's cheesy playing Canada's finest - Rush - but I wish I'd had a more impressive set of wheels for Messrs Lee, Lifeson and Peart. I was worried about a warning light so pulled off the road at a Tim Horton's and studied the manual. It was a light alerting me to the fact there was no warning! The journey up was ...
... case of a Tsunami" warning. Hilarious....it basically states "not to wait for official warnings", and that if there is a "significant quake that lasts longer than 20 seconds that makes standing difficult", to then quickly walk to higher ground.....hmmmm......very helpful, and hey I never would have thought of it myself...however, I may actually be running rather than walking yeah!!!! Onwards and upwards then ...
... of white wine from Summer Hill in Kelowna for the meal, and it was a good pairing.
We rushed out right after dinner to catch the perfect light for the 10 minute row and 45 minute hike into the springs themselves. Once there, we met up with some very interesting members of the local coast guard, who even gave us a beer! We learned a bit about the research they’re doing in the area before they headed ...
Today was an amazing, fantastic day right up until the moment when I was ******* on by a seagull.
We caught a ride to the ferry terminal in Tswassen in the early morning hours with dad on his way to work. I should mention that neither the ferry terminal specifically nor Tswassen in general is anywhere near his route. But since Ally stole her car back from us we had few options and wanted to take the early ferry over so he had almost enough time to take us before starting ...
... Well I am scared of heights. Extremely scared infact. For some reason I didn't think this was going to be a problem. How wrong I was.
Within 100 metres of the start there had been a landslide. To circumnavigate the park rangers had been very helpful and installed a whole series of wooden ladders. I just about made it up the first one without crying. It had 10 rungs.
The second ...