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  • Fall coloursTook a nice 10k walk today, round trip to the market for some fruit. The leaf colours are so vibrant this year. It's been amazing, so I took a few shots to show you'all. You might notice the fire hydrant Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | Oct 8, 2019
  • A Day at Science WorldWe’d hoped to get an early start to the day, as we wanted to get to the mainland early. But with 4 kids and an RV to pack up, early is subjective. We just missed one ferry so we parked Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Oct 5, 2019
  • 2 Days in Victoria I have become negligent in my blogging so now must catch up. A few years ago we took Zaya for tea at the Banff Springs Hotel. She loved it so much that we thought it might be fun to have high-tea Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Oct 4, 2019
  • Memories of a Sweet SummerAs summer slipped imperceptibly into fall the autumnal rains perked up the plants in the garden of our Canadian home and spurred them to new growth. But their optimism will be short lived: wintry chills and a dusting of snow Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Sep 28, 2019
  • Point Pelee National ParkThursday, Sep 19 Jenny and I arrived at an RV Park in Wheatley, Ontario, about 20 km from Point Pelee National Park in the early afternoon. We get the camp set-up and head off for our first visit to the Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in Nova Scotia - British Columbia and back | Sep 25, 2019
  • Travelling in Style Airport Lounges are typically for business men or those with long layovers. But I got 6 free passes with my Scotiabank passport card so I’m trying it out. This is the way to travel if it’s free. Free food, quiet Posted by goodgirl2829 in Vietnam & Thailand Trip | Sep 21, 2019
  • Last day in Canada First part of the morning spent on “admin” – packing the main suitcases and checking them in at the Seattle ferry that we’re on this afternoon, then getting the rental car returned. After that we had a wander round the Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 21, 2019
  • Australia 2019 The Journey Begins! September 20Hello Blog Followers, Thanks for joining us again as we journey into our beautiful world! This trip will take us on an adventure to Australia, with an unusual way to begin...well let me start at the beginning... My friend Sharon and I Posted by carolonthego in Australia 2019 | Sep 20, 2019
  • Return to Victoria Started the day with a traditional Canadian breakfast at Tim Horton’s, itself a Canadian tradition – a home-grown fast food chain with more locations than McDonald’s here. We also bought 2 of their “smile cookies” - $1 each, ALL of Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 19, 2019
  • Leaving Tofino Hadn’t particularly planned an early departure but we left Tofino in sunshine by 9 o’clock and headed back the way we came, stopping at Incinerator Rock beach out of curiosity. Nice beach but the prosaic name came about because in Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 18, 2019
  • Last day in Tofino Tofino gets 10’ of rain annually so our last 2 sunny days were more surprising than the wet morning we woke to. We decided to persevere with the plan to visit Cox Bay and we were rewarded with occasional watery Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 17, 2019
  • Another beach in the sunshine Another dry morning so drove south to Chesterman Beach. Ambled along the shore to the other end where we had a coffee with at the Wickaninnish Inn. But as the rooms start at $600 we returned to the beach for Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 17, 2019
  • Beaches in the sunshine Awoke to a strange yellow light in the sky so decided to take advantage and explore the local seashore. Walked first to Tonquin Beach then further down the coast to Third Beach. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/908766/ae669640-d89b-11e9-8411-f7e1e Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 16, 2019
  • Bears in the rain Up early as we have booked a boat trip to go bear-watching and the best time is when the tide is low. It is, of course, raining, as we head down to the boat. We had avoided booking a trip Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 14, 2019
  • On my way to PhoenixLots planned this week. A Diamondbacks baseball game tomorrow, a pre-season Coyotes hockey game later in the week, and in between mules into the Grand Canyon. I’ll literally be “out on my ass” on Monday ????, and Tuesday, for that Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | Sep 14, 2019
  • Wickaninnish Beach Tofino was dry this morning, if cloudy. Drove back along the coast to Wickaninnish Beach where the National Park centre was running a guided walk on the shore. Very informative with an enthusiastic and expressive Ranger talking about the beach Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 13, 2019
  • Back to the Pacific coast This morning we attempted to explore the industrial heritage of Port Alberni but our first visit to the Maritime Heritage centre failed as it didn’t seem to be open. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/908766/3d95b4b0-d4f8-11e9-a8be-2b14105e7b7f.jpg Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 12, 2019
  • Exploring Tofino in the rain Our apartment fronts directly on to the sea, but this morning the only view is of rain. But we’re British, so we ventu Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 12, 2019
  • Chi-Cheemaun Ferry, TobermorySeptember 10 We depart Chutes Provincial Park mid-morning, after a cold and rainy night. It rained so hard that TaJ was surrounded by her own little lake in the early hours of the day. Luckily, the campground is on Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in Nova Scotia - British Columbia and back | Sep 12, 2019
  • Cruising Alberni Inlet Early start as we have to be down at the harbour for an 8am departure on the MV Frances Barkley down Alberni Inlet to Bamfield. Although it takes tourists, its primary function is to service the small settlements on the Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 11, 2019
  • From Lake Cowichan to Port Alberni We’re heading for Port Alberni, which is 45 miles as the crow flies but unless we use logging roads (NOT recommended by the locals) our route is 100 miles round the mountains. After exploring some of Lake Cowichan’s rail heritage Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 10, 2019
  • British Columbia, Broughton Archipelago As a group of 10 long time friends we decided that we would celebrate our 65th birthday close to home on Swanson Island. Our 60th was spent on a 7 day Alaska cruise so decided to stick with Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Sep 9, 2019
  • Oh, the places you'll ride==Oh, the places you'll ride ==(inspired by Dr. Seuss). Congratulations! Today starts your ride. For your first day of Kindergarten You'll bike the Continental Divide. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/421337/0828191110a.jpg Posted by risajs in Bicivida = Bikelife (with twins) | Sep 9, 2019
  • Further along this coast Continued along the Pacific Marine Circle heading towards Lake Cowichan, stopping first at Sheringham Point lighthouse. This is no longer in use but has been preserved as a historic monument. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/908766/1030275.jpg cap Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 8, 2019
  • From Vancouver to the Island Fairly early start as we are on the ferry across to Vancouver Island. We’re using the V2V service which goes from city centre to the city centre, much more convenient than BC Ferries which require longer journeys either end. [img=https://photos.traveller Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 8, 2019
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