Travelodge Campbell River
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... California and proceeded to shoot a round of 89 (71 with a conservative handicap of 18) - not at all bad for me!! Chelle had a quick go in the second booth but then sat and watched me play, nursing a cocktail as she did so ;-)
So much activity! We were feeling a little spent by all our endeavours today so had a quick chill out in the room before venturing down for dinner. We'd enquired the previous night about having 'non-menu' meals, specifically ...
... by now. The hassle involved in this supposedly simple task almost pushed Tim over the edge into irreparable grumpiness, so we had a slow walk for about two miles along the seafront to enjoy the remainder of the sunshine and look at an array of sculptures created from huge blocks of wood using chainsaws - some very impressive ones!
Back towards the hotel, we realised that our late lunch/dunch had made tea rather redundant, so ...
... It was pretty cold only about 3 degrees but its a damp cold so it goes right to your bones!! Finally we got to start warming the bikes up and take a spin. Sarah rode Nicole's little 125 and I was on Mel's 225. Only a few hundred meters up the road was a dirt pit which we had fun cruising around. Then we did a few small trails, there were 6 of us all following each other. Jesse took a pretty sweet wipeout which we all ...
... 120 miles in search of orca but sadly they evaded us today. Disappointed, but it was, nonetheless, a great trip in a beautiful place in the world. We really enjoyed the animals that we did see.
Quick omelette dinner for the children, and speedy bedtime for tired little ones. Rich cooks the adults dinner as we plan out the next few days of adventures. It all seems to be racing by, so keen to make the most of all our opportunities ...
Up and moving early this morning.
There were a few comments concerning snoring and rumbling throughout the night,
and there was some heavy rain so our picnic at Rebecca Spit looked like a
no-goer. Headed out there anyway for a
look at the beach and we identified the area where mum and dad lived in the
It’s a very beautiful and ...