Fuller Lake Motel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... with the property, the island and the adventure of building Fiddlesticks Cottage, which began late in 2005 and was completed in early summer 2006.
Many more projects here have since been embarked upon: gardens, including a large vegetable and berry garden, a wildflower meadow, a sleeping cabin and several other useful sheds, with more projects to come - "all in the fullness of time" - the phrase with which Jim responds to my frequent, "Why don't we....?".
... 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.
... guess it makes sense as beyond Vancouver Island is the vast expanse of the pacific and whatever she carries with her. Also in 2006 (I forgot to mention this in my Vancouver blog) Vancouver had a terrible storm which downed 10000 trees in Stanley park. I'm sure some of these ended up on the shore lines of Vancouver Island too. ...
... Wow. On my flight, I should say, I asked the flight attendant for tea which they graciously gave me - I need more tea. When you smile, flight attendants are kinder to you, guaranteed.
Got to the Vancouver airport and did the LONG walk to customs. Amazingly it's now automated, so I just had my form read and copied and left. I was waiting for my bag because it seemed to indicate that regardless of what I had been told, I need to pick up my bag. ...