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Quiet night last night in Nanaimo. Walked round the corner and had Italian for dinner. Up 8ish and followed the football via internet. Boys done good ! Popped over the road from the hotel to a seafront area for a coffee and watch the world go bye. Really great place and saw wild sea otters. Hope the video works. Watched a seaplane take off no video …
... with every stroke, even managing to turn around at the other side and make his way back. Much more stable than they look, they handle like a canoe/kayak and, once you trust that they won't immediately tip you off, they are really quite fun. Not sure I'd have been so confident outside the safety of the logs though... Chelle then had a go and did equally well, so we took turns paddling about on that until it was time to return to the resort for lunch. Lunch had ...
... sized town, with plenty of traffic and lots of activity but no apparent centre. Lots of motels, lots of industry, but the town didn't seem to have much of a heart. Initial impressions were not that favourable, partly due to our reluctance to leave Tofino, partly due to this odd town configuration. Anyway, we needed to find our hotel and drop the car off, but we got there so early we thought we'd find the hotel first and deposit our bags off ...
hola amigos. cold snowy day here in London Ontario. I have it on good authority, that spring has sprung. hmmmm. today is t- 27. the departure date is a commin.. went for a good swim oday. nice pool. dan is in Victoria, working out hard. back to b.c. a week from today. we then switch to camino mode. ie. backpack hikes. family in great shape here, grandson a real beaut. that s all for now amigos. stay happy. ...
... nap, ice cream and stories, cars, pairs game, walk with trailer and toys, saw 2 deer, a dog on a bike, played in the boat at the coffee shop, ate a free homemade strawberry popsicle, spotted an owl on a chimney, fishing game and pairs again before dinner.
The rest of us went down to the harbour for our 6 hour Whale Adventure (turned into 7.5hours) with a company called Aboriginal Journeys. There were 9 adults and one baby on the ...