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  • Along Lake Superior ShoreSep 1 As we prepped to depart Trowbridge Falls Campground in Thunder Bay, we noticed that the tread on the left side tire on TaJ, our 2017 R-pod trailer, was getting dangerously thin. We would need to replace the tire Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in Nova Scotia - British Columbia and back | Sep 7, 2019
  • Last day in Vancouver Another stroll in Stanley Park, this time anti-clockwise around the sea wall. As t locals will tell the (given half a chance) this is bigger than Central Park in New York (by 20%) but don’t mention that it is only Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 7, 2019
  • Waiting for the Electrician - or Someone Like HimIf you were a fan of Firesign Theatre, an American surreal comedy troupe from the 60’s and 70’s, the title of this blog post will mean something. We are beginning the last movement of this house building symphony. According to Posted by Jenniferklm in House | Sep 6, 2019
  • Up to Whistler Early start driving up to Whistler, about 2 hours north of Vancouver. Our original plan had been to visit a cable car at Squamish (about half the distance) but that closed for the season last weekend. Whistler was mainly developed Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 6, 2019
  • North Vancouver Took advantage of a day pass on the Transit system to visit North Vancouver. First stage was a trolleybus (yes, they have had them here since 1948) to the Seabus – a 12-minute ferry across Burrard Inlet. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/908766/a6b Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 4, 2019
  • Stanley Park Took a leisurely walk through Stanley Park, initially along the seawall then, after coffee (at The Teahouse, another fond memory of 2012), heading “cross country” back to the entrance [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/908766/f66fec00-cec5-11e9-9859 Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 3, 2019
  • A fond return to Vancouver A leisurely morning reminding ourselves why we like Vancouver, although it’s a bit of a shock being in the midst of high-rise buildings after more than a month. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/908766/f743ddd0-cec5-11e9-ab34-e9711a9d3d55.jpg capti Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 3, 2019
  • To there and back again Well after a few relaxing days with Dave’s parents, we made the final leg of our journey. Back home to Ottawa (Canada this time). 35 days, 14415 km in total and 1 Posted by DandEEverett in To there and back again | Sep 1, 2019
  • Through to the End of AugustThe Hodge Podge Edition: The reality of long-trip travel is that not all days are stellar experiences. We’ve had lots of great experiences on our journey so far and the expectation is that these kinds of experiences will happen every Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in Nova Scotia - British Columbia and back | Aug 31, 2019
  • Day 10 and 11Have just dropped the car back at Calgary Airport after a fantastic two days in Banff - just spectacular! Ticked a stay at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel off the bucket list but, whilst a bit of a novelty and Posted by janemooney in Itchy Feet Travels | Aug 30, 2019
  • Ten days in...Rather than the standard blog describing our activities over the last couple of days (I will get to that tomorrow) I thought I'd take a few minutes to provide some more random jottings about the journey in general so far... Our Posted by janemooney in Itchy Feet Travels | Aug 30, 2019
  • Grand kids Trip Part B Because Lucian and Sequoia’s school started earlier than the other kids we had to get them back sooner. We planned to meet Justin in Twin Falls, Idaho and give him the boys. Then we were to meet Bekki’s parents in Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Aug 29, 2019
  • Day 8 and 9This part of our trip continues at break neck speed with 2 nights in Victoria BC - another beautiful Canadian city, which is actually the capital of British Columbia, but has a population of under 100,000. The weather was Posted by janemooney in Itchy Feet Travels | Aug 29, 2019
  • Day 6 and 7Since my last blog we have spent a couple of great nights and another day and a half in Vancouver and traveled to Victoria on Vancouver Island - a whopping 15 minutes by plane! It very literally took longer Posted by janemooney in Itchy Feet Travels | Aug 26, 2019
  • NSISP Foreign Correspondents 2019-20[center][/center] We are pleased to introduce our Nova Scotia International Student Program Foreign Correspondents for the 2019-20 school year. Our Foreign Correspondents have been carefully Posted by NSISPFC in NSISPFC | Aug 26, 2019
  • The Catch-Up Edition Aug 13-24August 13 - Telkwa BC We have used our stop here to get up to date with a lot of internet stuff. The wi-fi at Telkwa RV Park is amazing, the best we have ever had. In the morning Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in Nova Scotia - British Columbia and back | Aug 25, 2019
  • Day 5 + a halfWhen I was a kid, between about 7 and 10 probably, my Grandmother's best friend had a granddaughter who used to visit Adelaide every year from Vancouver and they would organise for us to spend an afternoon together. The Posted by janemooney in Itchy Feet Travels | Aug 24, 2019
  • Why is Canada the right choice for dentists?Canada is perhaps the most famous and appropriate choice among all the countries and cities that dental graduates can choose from. There are many reasons for this choice. An example of these reasons: Dentists can work privately or work in hospitals, Posted by dental-health in dental health in canada | Aug 21, 2019
  • North to Alaska - Crystal SymphonyAfter a very smooth and efficient debarkation from the ship, we took the transfer to the Vancouver airport. As a result of an airline schedule change I chose to spend the night at the Airport Fairmont Hotel rather Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Aug 20, 2019
  • North to Alaska - Crystal SymphonyOur last stop was Victoria, an absolutely gorgeous city, and home to Buchart Gardens about 30 minutes outside of town. Our excursion today was a visit to the gardens with English Tea! "With a former limestone quarry for her backyard, Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Aug 20, 2019
  • Wheatley Ontario/Point Pelee National ParkWe have just returned from a great weekend at Canada's most southern point. We camped at Wheatley Provincial Park in site #147. This site was a huge site and right across from a creek branch which flows into lake Posted by blgracey in A Quest for Nature | Aug 19, 2019
  • New country Today we started our journey home through the US. It starts with another ferry across the Strait of Juan de Fula to Anacortes, Washington. We wanted another ferry t Posted by DandEEverett in To there and back again | Aug 18, 2019
  • Environmental SensitivityAs this entry is being written, we are in Dawson Creek, noted for being Mile Zero of the Alaska Highway. This will be our last few days in British Columbia before heading east across the prairies. It is Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in Nova Scotia - British Columbia and back | Aug 17, 2019
  • Skydiving!A little late in uploading this, but 3 years ago, in Oct 2016, right after returning from the Camino, I jumped out of a plane. At my first meeting back at work, the team was discussing the upcoming event and Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | Aug 17, 2019
  • Back in Victoria Back to Zack’s for the night. We went to Pagliacci’s (it was featured on the TV show “You gotta eat here”) for an excellent Italian meal. Tomorrow we start our way Posted by DandEEverett in To there and back again | Aug 16, 2019
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