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After the border we are only a short drive from Vancouver; which with a little patience and a good sense of humor we navigate like pros. We missed the 5:30 sailing from Horseshoe Bay to Departure Bay but buy a ticket for the 7 sailing and wait in the line. We check out Horseshoe village to kill time and grab some food while we're at it. I make my …
... around Nanaimo a small town north of Victoria but great wifi. Next couple of days in Vancouver before we head across the Rockies to Banff.
hopefully more free wifi to keep you informed. Sorry to Jillian for not being able to keep the story flowing on a more regular basis but the internet on ship is ridiculously expensive.
Cheers from the Travelling Wallabies oot and aboot in Canada
... crows in their tops, trees with huge roots and guess what...
On our way back we went to Cathedral Grove (thanks to Marloes) to see more trees! I think I saw more than a million trees today, not joking. So Cathedral Grove has even larger trees and they're ancient. The biggest Red Cedar tree was being compared to the Tower of Pisa. It's 20 meters longer. And hell yeah we stood in front of it.
It was an awesome day. Thanks Mary, Berry and Sophie ...
... stood in the corner and thank god Darryl is coming up to Comox on Friday when we are there and he will give us the folder. What a lovely man probably wants a review seeing we were his first guests.
Anyway off that subject and back to our journey Richard keyed in the details to drive to Nanaimo and off we went. Mainly a long drive on the highway at different speeds through small towns fir tree forests, ...
... It was completed in 1920 and it's 44m high and 188m long which makes it the largest wooden trestle in the Commonwealth and one of the highest railway trestles in the world. Yes I read the info board & took notice! :) It rained the whole way there and was still going strong when we arrived. Because it was a couple of kilometres walk from the carpark in to the trestle we debated about going and getting soaked, but in the end we donned our snowjackets (the only waterproof jackets ...