We had a wonderful trip and saw some great things. Here is a short (you will thank me for that as in total there are over 200 photos) photo review of some of the interesting highlights.
Fred behind bars in the playful jail at our friend's skeet shooting club
Nature's art. A fallen tree in Cathedral Grove Park on Vancouver Island.
The restaurant at our hotel in Tofino B.C. On stilts over the water.
The well-known, LYS at Whippletree Junction, south of Duncan B.C. Didn't buy anything here either.
The postcard-perfect picture of the Sunken Gardens at Butchart Gardens, Victoria B.C.
The gates to China Town in Victoria B.C.
Ferocious me in front of the woolly mammoth at the Royal B.C. museum in Victoria.
Part of the closing ceremonies at the World Curling Championship Games in Victoria.
Fred at Mile 0 of the trans Canada Highway, steps from the Pacific Ocean in Victoria B.C.
Each time I visit Victoria and surrounds, I tell myself "This is my country, my language, my government, my currency, yet still I return to cold, snowy, drab, unleafed, still-brown Ontario. Why?"