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... are well groomed and easy to walk while others are steep, rugged, and with dubious footing. One day we did both. We hiked out to Rattlesnake lookout at Turtle Head Point. The trails are pretty easy with a little climbing to the lookout. The panoramic views of the lake and countryside are pretty spectacular. You can see Jade Bay and all the way to Coldstream. The sun was shining and everything looked amazing. After that we decided to drive over to another park gate to explore a less ...
... We also stopped in Enderby to visit a small farmer's market. There were lots of local products and even a booth selling quesadillas. We know, we're from Arizona and we shouldn't be looking around for Mexican food in Canada, but there is a thing that happens to you when you live in a place where there is good and plentiful Mexican food -YOU GET HOOKED-NEED A FIX-CAN'T GO ANOTHER DAY WITHOUT IT. Actually the quesadilla was pretty good (not ...
Aava Whistler Hotel could not be closer to the fun and excitement of Whistler Village. Woke up around ten o'clock still tied from yesterday. Aava hotel has amazing an had friendly staff that help me with whatever I need. Being able to access the internet from my room helped me fined what shops in the village are having sales, so there is minimal traveling for me today. Overcome with excitement ...
... in preparation for a ridealong.
So we arranged for them to come to the hotel and we walked down to the harbour..
Jo is in Canada to deposit number one son Jacob with his grand parents so he can pursue his ambition of playing ice hockey... not bad for a kid from Perth..
Jo will return to Perth without him.. be kind to her..
Great to see her and ***** about ...
... emptied the contents down his hotel plughole into the Tokyo Harbour and kept the plastic. Years later he is cleaning the beaches of Haida Gwaii in British Columbia of the detritus from the 2012 Japanese tsunami among which are 100s of detergent bottles.
Sitting on the gallery steps munching a quick lunchtime sandwich I saw a bus load of tourists taking photos of the gallery itself, 2 amputees and 6 pregnant women and wondered what Coupland would have made of that.