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It's Labor Day weekend and we have decided to wait til after the holiday to go into Olympic National Park...the weather is beautiful so we opted to take a walk on the Olympic Discovery Trail, a trail for hikers and bicycles along an old railway bed. We ended up at what they call ...
... And then they hurtle down from the summit at breakneck speed...only to repeat the exercise until they eventually succeed in killing or injuring themselves! Jeez, they come down the mountain fast!
We were on one such gondola ride up to the top of Whistler Mountain when we saw a mama bear and her two young cubs meandering up the overgrown path below us! Gorgeous family of Black Bears out for a jaunt. What a thrill!
... ce we got into Canada. Sadly it wasn’t to be because when he called us in Victoria after we had tried to phone him and confirmed that it was him at the ferry waving at us he told us he was biking down to San Francisco to see an aunt he hadn’t seen in a long time. “Ships passing in the night”.
The one and half hour crossing over to Victoria was accompanied for much of the way by the mournful blast of the ferry’s foghorn as the visibility ...
Made it to Victoria in with enough time to hit up Sitka Surf Shop and head to the Noodle Box for lunch. Food was amazing and still one of my favorite restaurants in Vic.
Tara, Taya and Linden headed off to meet a friend and I headed to meet Colin, Blair and a few others to start Colin's stag. First we headed out to do some zip lining ...
... said it was a beautiful walk and he was not wrong it was a very lovely walk. There were loads of people walking their dogs and jogging and a bit further on there was an amazing chair sculpture made of driftwood and random bits of material. I thought it was really impressive and spent lots of time taking pictures of it and sitting in it. At the end of the path there was a town called Esquimont which was a very quaint little town that had a harbour FULL of 3 storey ...