Juan de Fuca Cottages
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... is less rainy.
We arrive at Bridal Veil Falls Park and the rain is still falling. We put on rain coats and grab our umbrellas and decide to walk the 15 minute trail to the base of the falls. The walk is mostly uphill but not very long. We arrive at the base of the falls and they are beautiful and so tall it is hard to ...
... started to smoke and spit little flames. Those of you who know my 'desk situation' know that whether my desk is home, in the motorhome, or in an office--there is ALWAYS a pile of papers. Smoke--little flames---paper-----NOT a good combination. Fortunately got it unplugged before any damage and by evening had a new LED monitor in place. Geeze---new hearing aids, new tires for the motorhome, new tires for the jeep, ...
... flower baskets and rounded light fixatures transform into red light posts with intricate jade green designs and lanterns. This Chinatown is the oldest in all of Canada and the city has done well to create an oriental atmosphere without distracting from the distinct english heritage of the town. The street names are oriental themed such as Dragon Lane and the signs are written in an oriental style of font on a red background. Lanterns hung over the streets on ...
... number of moose we saw: 0
Total number of beach massages: 1
Total number of litres of Canadian Maple Syrup purchased: 4
Total number of gas station stops to fill up: 32
Total number of food festivals attended: 2
Total number of food factories visited: 5 (2 candy, 2 icecream, 1 maplesyrup)
Total number of travelers who are glad to be home and resting: 2
Total number of laughs shared: too many to count
... Matt even remembered stories of Canadian submariners being propositioned by shady men in Halifax bars. Men with greased back hair and gold chains probably, Columbian men. It was just an indication of economics, really, simple economics. Where there was a demand, a supply would always manifest itself. Some man would do the work, slipping through the nets of security, wearing his white cotton pants perhaps, selling tons of cocaine into ...