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II arrived at my new home on Wednesday the 29th. I met Doug, the home owner, who has been showing me around the area. He also made dinner for me (manly stuff, steaks on the grill and some great potatoes). His wife, Jacquie is working in Alberta as a cook for a wilderness hunting lodge so she is not here right now.
The house ...
... we hated each other as we ate our dinner, absorbed in catching up on the world we missed with no internet. No really, we do enjoy each other’s company and we really did just spend the whole day together, honest!
All up, we’ve had a bit less wi-fi than we’d been expecting, but we have enjoyed that too a bit!
No hot water tonight, must be some sort of problem with the B&B we are staying at. At least we can say we ‘slummed it’ a little ...
Tonight, we are staying in Qualicum Beach, seems like a really nice
little town to visit although we haven't been able to do too much
exploring of it yet. We drove past a place called the Old Dutch INN
(miss you Brad) but we couldn't stay ...
... and scenery.
Vic and I took another ferry over to Vancouver Island and spent a few days riding around and exploring the coast, forests, lakes and small villages of this beautiful island.
Thanks to Donna and Larry for looking after me, it was nice to be among friends and in a house and not a hostel for a change :)