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... time, my old legs need a tune up. Or maybe knock off about 30 years.
It seems very weird not to have a home to go back to. Weird in a good way, once you get used to it. We're all like homing pigeons that need a place to go back to, but once you're free of that notion, it's like a bird being freed from a cage (I would guess). Anyway, the idea that we have no responsibilities is very cool.
... Terminal! We hit traffic at 3pm heading south over the Fraser river but make it to Tswassen with time to spare. Reservations put us at the head of the line, first on, first off. Well worth the fee. The weather turned beautiful and sunny just in time for the boat ride. Mom loved the views and it brought back great memories. More on that later. Arrived at Swartz Bay then took Mom ...
... so we were safe. Oddly enough we had seen tsunami evacuation area signs yesterday in Ucluelet – and the woman in the restaurant had even said that it was in the safe area and she had wine so we would be very comfortable.
I also took photos of some of the lovely autumn colouring we were enjoying on the drive.
We also included a stop at the Cathedral Grove to walk on the other side of the forest. There was ...
... a lot longer to fully appreciate the size of the area and the beauty that the gardens portray.
On the way back to the city, the bus driver gave us some information about various things including the fact that the Parliament Legislative Buildings are actually lit up at night with a total of 3333 lights (the exact number of gems that were in Queen Victoria's coronation crown and since Victoria is ...
... and all the lovely old shops plus it was getting late that we caught the bus back to Argyle St and had a drink with Darryl.
He is such a lovely chap a bit lonely only him and Lucy his German Pointer (what ever). We just put our feet up with a glass of iced mineral water and let him talk. A world traveller, had a variety of businesses, retired in his early 50's had luekemia and chemo and has been cancer free for 5 years.