Grouse Creek Motel
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... car park – right by the spot where I always park. Haha – trapped! But no, our wannabe Evil Knievel races his Harley through the little entrance door, straight down the escalator I ride every other day, and out through the next door into the undercover car park I like to use when it's raining. They eventually caught the guy, but it has made me wonder.
Ok, so the chances of colliding with ...
... section of the hill so we had an unobstructed view. They had a few different fire dancers performing at different times, and some were definitely more talented than others.
In the lodge, there was a gingerbread house competition, which is always fun to peruse. The different interpretations of the 'village' theme were interesting. There were some really impressive houses, and one in particular which looked a little sad compared ...
Our plan to go to Victoria, Vancouver Island, yesterday was a complete non-starter. Had we bothered to do any research before hand we would of known that is takes a minimum of 3.5hrs to get there at a cost of around $120. Not exactly the place for a day trip.
So with Victoria off the cards and the weather still cold and wet we decided to go to Grouse Mountain as they had two orphaned grizzly bears there in a sanctuary. As we didn't see any bears in ...
... we stop for lunch and also to carry any dirty dishes into the hotel to wash.
A 2. Clothes bins:
Rather than take suitcases that take up as much room empty as they do full and considering that as you move your dirty clothes into hamper (or whatever), you are doubling room.
So, I will pack both of our main clothes (pants, shirts, etc) in a 'blanket bags' -- ...
... for geeks” and “a sports bar for nerds”. It has a faux-medieval interior, and the walls are adorned with paraphernalia like rayguns, crossbows, dragon skulls and err... a giant custom Cthulhu wall shrine. You can see why I love it. Not to mention their ‘no sports’ policy means they only play 1950s creature features on the big screens, their shelves are stacked with board games to play while you wait ...