Leaving and Arriving

Leaving and Arriving, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Later Tuesday morning we ventured out with Mary and Martin to grab some breakfast at a local bagel place and then walk around a bit more in the city. We found ourselves walking across the Johnson Bridge and then around the harbor. Sea planes are very common here.Continue reading “Leaving and Arriving”

Rate this:

Rock Climber

Rock Climber, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Weston was quite the rock climber during this trek. Poor guy, he had to be on his leash on the Juan de Fuca trail, but he was a trooper and did amazingly well.

Rate this:

Botanical Beach

Botanical Beach, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. As we wandered along the trail of Juan de Fuca we eventually made it to the Botanical Beach. This place was amazing. There were huge pools sunken in the rock. Some several feet deep and loads of wild life living in these pools. Pretty spectacular and like nothing I’dContinue reading “Botanical Beach”

Rate this:

Driftwood

Driftwood, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Monday, during our drive up and around parts of Vancouver Island North of Victoria, we stopped briefly at a beach who’s name I can’t remember. It was pretty cool actually. Hardly anyone on it. Loads of stakes out attached to what we imaged to be some sort of lobster pots,Continue reading “Driftwood”

Rate this:

Malahat Lookout

Malahat Lookout, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Monday we decided to once again head out to the wilderness. Our first stop, Malahat Lookout. From here you get a pretty great view to the east. Far off in the distance is San Juan Island, Washington, U.S.A.

Rate this:

French Beach

French Beach, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Sunday late afternoon and early evening we took a drive to the western side of Vancouver Island, not too far out of Victoria, to check out a beach. We landed at French Beach. This was Martin, enjoying the quiet and taking in the scene.

Rate this: