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... redwood is taller than the Leaning Tower of Pisa. After walking through the forest, we had to get back to Victoria because tonight we had a reservation at Ferris' Oyster Bar! We arrived for our reservation at 7:30 and were seated near some large open windows. Victoria cools down quite a bit in the evening. After looking at the menu, we decided to share several dishes including: a smoked seafood platter (cold smoked tuna, hot smoked salmon, ...
From leaving the Customs impound things were a lot better...
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Before I get into the story of Saturday night and Sunday, I have to say that the van is a terrific vehicle for my journey. And it would have been infinitely better than the pickup Janet and I ...
... hosts I had. Speaking German was a nice change as well.
My friend and I took a short trip to Tofino, a small town on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
Located at the open ocean it is a paradise for surfers. We had a car and drove up there, (finally a road trip!!!) the landscape and nature here was just stunning. We were lucky and enjoyed sunshine throughout our little road trip. The lakes and mountains we came across ...
... amp; Gordon (family friends) and Katie (former coworker at Parks & Rec). I know that I missed some people on my list, but the week went by far too quickly to include everyone, and for that I'm really sorry. After dinner the family grabbed ice cream, drove around Nanaimo for a little while and just enjoyed each others' company, as this past week was probably the last time we'd all be together for a while. That night I also watched a movie with Chelsea, which was nice ...
... Intrawest, developers of Blackcomb Mountain ski resort north of Vancouver. The initial plan was for a "world-class" resort with golf courses and an airstrip at Galiano's north end, Dionisio Point, along with a park area to be purchased by the Ministry of Parks. The Ministry of Parks declined and the community tabled a million dollars in $ and pledges in order to be considered as eventual purchasers. However, Mac Blo refused to have an appraisal on the land and set a deadline for ...