Enroute to Seattle Another Lovely Sunny Day: We visited the Boeing Factory but no Cameras or cell phones allowed. Amazing spot to visit; We boarded the Victoria Clipper. A Norwegian Catamaran Ferry with a speed of 35 Knots. Hence the Nickname “The Rooster” Bobby caught me in a Yawn . . . . .. We reached Victoria to a COLD day with SNOW bbbbbrrrrrr Minus 4 degrees. Never the less we headed to visit Gold Stream Park To see the RainForest and the salmon run as well as the Eagles ( Not the Band)
Thousands of Salmon do not make it all the way to lay their eggs during Spawning season. The Gulls are Happy.
How Big is that Tree Bobby??
Sasha checks out the trees as well.
The Eagle soars above:
:My DD Stehanie asked if Bobby would like to meet a friend of hers from Peterhead. So of we went to the home of Ruby (Baird) and Bill.
Incredibly Bobby and Ruby attended the same school, and Bob knows her brother well and his children and grandchildren a SMALL world indeed. Or as the expression of the day goes “”AWESOME””
After a great visit Sasha and I took Bob to see the world’s tallest Totem carved from a single Tree:
Still can’t see the TOP. This Pole was erected as a War Memorial to Canadian Indians in both WW1 and WW2.
Bob on landing in Heathrow end of a Long AWSOME trip.
Final Leg to Aberdeen: From Heathrow I will bet he is Jet Lagged.
Thanks Bob for a super trip renewing old memories : Hae a Guid Hogmonay.
Lang May Yer Lum reek, Slange