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  • PreparationsFlight, RV, campgrounds, Jasper/Banff excursions have been booked. We've got the maps. Only 4 more months. Posted by FierceOrc in 2020 British Columbia | Mar 1, 2020
  • Accudock Floating Docks[center][/center] The quality, versatility and strength of AccuDock Floating Docks are unparalleled. The combination of the highest quality mate Posted by accudock in AccuDock | Jan 7, 2019
  • Chapter 19 - Canada, Alaska and Climate Change“And then the Bear bit my face.” “What happened then?” said the aghast woman on the bus. “Well, I’d broken both of my hands trying to fight the bear off, so I was pretty defenceless. Then the bear started to bury me”, Posted by capetocape2017 in Cape to Cape 2017. By Land. Mostly | Jun 25, 2017
  • Missouri Loves Company==I spent a weird amount of time in Missouri. == ===October 25=== My first real stop was St. Louis, which was surprisingly disappointing. It was over 80 degrees and beautiful on a Saturday, and NO ONE was there! It seemed as Posted by katie_rose in My Own Backyard | Oct 29, 2014
  • Seattle and VictoriaWe flew out of Anchorage to Seattle at 9am on a very tight schedule. On arrival we only had a one hour window to make the ferry to Victoria, British Columbia (Canada). If we missed that boat, all Posted by paulymx in North by northwest 2014 | Jul 2, 2014
  • Cartagena ColumbiaThis morning we awoke to the sights of Cartagena Columbia, and we never expected this view from our ship balcony. Cartagena is a busy port city of approximately a million people, on the C Posted by MRCL72 in We are going on another holiday | Dec 12, 2013
  • Ocean Walks at Inn of the SeasThe last few times we've visited Vancouver Island we have stayed at [[|Inn of the Seas]] vacation condos. The condos are ocean front so my brother and I always venture down the shoreline to explore. [img=http://farm8 Posted by Kristy_pj in Here and There | Feb 11, 2012
  • A Week of Photography of the River LandsI don't have much to say this week. It's been a good week on the river, and I've been making the best of my time here. Of late I've been viewing the river scenes through the lens of my new Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 23, 2011
  • Anatomy of a Lock TossEach week, I travel up and down the Columbia and Snake rivers from Portland, Oregon to Clarkston, Washington. Along the way, I pass through seven different lock and dam systems that the US Corp of Engineers has constructed for hydro Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 5, 2011
  • The World's Most Liveable City?Before we arrived in Vancouver a couple of events had put the city in the news. In February it was named as the world's most liveable city for the fifth year in a row by the Economist, a table where Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jul 21, 2011
  • Free FallsOne of Vancouver's top draws is Capilano Suspension Bridge, a 136 metre long, 70 metre high pedestrian bridge strung over the Capilano River. We were keen to experience crossing it, but less keen about the price - $32.95 each - Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jul 20, 2011
  • An Alarming DevelopmentAfter staying in what was described in our guidebook as the 'Rolls Royce' of hostels, our hostel in Vancouver is, well, not so nice. We're staying in a cramped and messy six-bed dorm and, on opening the lockers to put Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jul 19, 2011
  • A Perfect SunsetAs the sun began to set over the water it was clearly going to be something special, so we headed out and found a good spot to watch. We were rewarded with a truly spectacular sunset. [img Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jul 17, 2011
  • Tofino or Not TofinoWe were in two minds about whether to make the trip to Tofino, especially since the bus options were limited and we'd have to make our way pretty much all the way back to Victoria to continue our journey to Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jul 17, 2011
  • Magical Mystery TourThis morning started out grey and drizzly but we decided to stick to our plan of a ten-mile walk around the coast of the island, from where we're staying to Victoria's downtown. Thankfully before too long the clouds parted and Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jul 15, 2011
  • A British FlavourOur first stop today was Glenlyon-Norfolk School, where Karen worked during her gap year ten years ago. Although the students were on holiday there were several members of staff on site that she knew from her time there. [img=https://photos.travellersp Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jul 14, 2011
  • O Canada![code][code][/code][/code]After catching a bus from Seattle to Port Angeles and enjoying an excellent dinner at Kokopelli Grill for Ben's birthday yesterday (and getting woken up at 5am this morning thanks to the room's alarm clock), today we caught the f Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jul 13, 2011
  • CanadaCanada is a continental North American nation adjoining the north border of the contiguous United States, lying between the Northern Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans to the east and west, respectively. Canada boasts a population that approximates 50 mill Posted by hballenger in Google Earth | Mar 23, 2011

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