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 ...
I have not been doing much writing and I thought I better do a little catch up. So much has happened so I will go from city to city. We got into Vancouver got a cab to our hotel which was just awful! Yes not nice at all, note I didn't put the name of the hotel. I really thought, here goes it's going to be a bad start first impressions and all that. Well Vancouver did not want us to take any such thoughts and feelings home with us and she put on a show! I ...
... 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' -- ...
... exclaim. We bond, as you do on the Grind. Even the fittest Grinders have pain etched on their faces as they pass you. Funny how pain gives you a sick sense of community. We continue together, hauling ourselves up the rocks using the bright orange ropes to assist us. And suddenly there’s hollering from one of them ahead. “WOOOOOOOOOOOOO! WE DID ITTTTTT!!!” Can it be? Oh yes! I can see it! The chalet! THE SUMMIT! ...
... and it even tells the time!
The Big Bus took us into Stanley Park which is a beautiful, green area down by the water and even bigger than New York’s Central Park. We passed the rose gardens in full bloom, and the lost lagoon and saw numerous trails and walkways which would be fun to explore on a sunny day. We moved on to Granville Island, a popular open air market and artisan shopping district, before heading back to the waterfront and our ...