Fuller Lake Motel
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... spine of British Columbia before finally descending into Seattle (unfortunately Vancouver Island was invisible under cloud). One more hop - to Victoria - was supposed to take 40 minutes - but a cancelled flight meant a detour through Vancouver and nine more hours waiting.
We arrived in Chemainus - with all our luggage and our house still standing - on early Tuesday morning (about noon South African ...
... the island to the southern tip. This is Shell Beach. There was some type of pirate circus group on site when we arrived, so the tents were set up at the far end of the beach. It turns out that we were just above the high tide line!
A hike to Princess Cove to see the tourist information signs preceded supper, and then it was off to bed early. Miraculously, my sleeping pad repairs ...
... up an getting ready to leave, we checked out. Just before we left, i realized that i forgot my Kleenex box in my room. I ran back to get it, and loaded into the van. As we were diving out, Jordan asked if we all had everything, and he mentioned Cell Chargers. I realized that i, once again, forgot that in my room. He stopped the van, and looking like a crazy person, i ran back in to go get it. I was not on the ball this morning.
... art gallery with more than 40 wall sized murals painted on the sides of several buildings. The tourist information we received said that the town’s population is about 4000 people and the murals attract over 100.000 tourists to the area. It's a good thing since besides tourism the town's only other industry is lumber. A large portion of Chemainus' waterfront is used ...
... out I had to go through security. Again. Oh well, easy enough this time. Down the stairs and a longer walk through the wing. Being the thirsty and tired soul I was by that point, dragging my bags around and all, I stopped at the first Starbucks there, ordered a lemonade and chatted with the baristas, all third generation Canadian Chinese I would say. Very very friendly, very curious, very Canadian in that way. They wanted to see my foreign my money and see if I ...