Fuller Lake Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a leisurely breakfast, including waffles, at the motel, we visited Little Qualicum Falls, which were not so little. There were at least 5 lots of falls as they tumbled down the valley. We enjoyed a walk around the perimeter of the falls which enabled us to enjoy many different aspects of the falls and the varying way the water had carved it's …
Yesterday I contacted a fibre art friend to find out where the local SDA group would be meeting today, fully expecting the meeting might be held in Victoria. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that Gloria, an artist I hoped to interview, was hosting the meeting at her studio just north of Duncan! I was thrilled as I had been invited by another member who was travelling and not available to confirm the details.
Melo and Pedro drove me to the airport in San Pedro Sula, arriving 2 hours before the scheduled departure just to make sure there were no problems. Check-in with United Airlines took about 5 minutes and I did not have to move any items from my main luggage because it was 4 lbs. over. This might have been allowed as I was traveling "business class" for whatever reason I don't know but when I bought my tickets I was assigned to "business" rather ...
so we are just finishing our first week in Duncan, British Columba. we are having so much fun and i am so glad to be in Canada! our second phase is off to a good start for the first bit we are all in meetings discussing the plans for phase 2 and the logistics of host families and transportation issues. We also are getting to know our new project supervisor and the different way she runs the program. I think that adjusting to the change in leadership has been worse ...
... which eventually did result in our getting a bill for excess baggage and being sent to another counter to pay and get boarding passes. That transaction took even longer as the clerk peered into her computer screen and did more keyboarding and mouse clicking than would be required for the writing of a novella. I watched her every facial expression with mounting anxiety.
Finally the boarding passes were printed and then we were directed on down ...