I've missed you my arm chair friends.
After we took the ferry in Victoria to Vancouver, we were then onto Washington.
Vancouver has treasures tucked away in every corner one ingraved in my mind is a picture I took in a simple pull out spot
In downtown Victoria we found a few treasures also.
The BC Provincial Legislature
The Emperess Hotel, however we didn't have afternoon tea there in the event you are think. But we did have afternoon tea at the White Heather - the scones were not as good as mine and they use whipped cream not clotten. The little dishes of raspberry jam and lemon curd were empty when she came to pick up the dishes, oh the lemon curd was so good.
A BIG of a watering can found in a park in Victoria.
A jount to Seatle was lovely as you can tell from the pictures,
I love harbour pictures as you can see
caught with a sunset
Now we are in Washington and it is rainy, rainy, rainy, but boy can I ever sleep with the rain pounding down on the roof of the RV. We managed to find our day yesterday to do a little beachcombing when we did some backtracking to glass beach in Port Townsend
We headed out and it was still dark but we could see enough to make passes over rocks and tight spots to not get our feet wet.
Glass Beach is about 90 minutes walk to the left when you got onto North Beach.
We were crazy and were up for a 3.5 hour adventure even being in spots that were not passable at all and we had to cliff climb muddy cliffs to get aross reviens and over fallen trees that had come down the side of the large cliffs.
Here is a picture from half way up the mud slide looking down, the pebbles you see on the beach are about 50 feet down the slope
Did I get my feet wet, yup almost to the knees
Did I find seaglass, yup you bet.
Was it what they say glass beach is all cut out to be, No! Maybe there was a lot of glass at on time but it is like anywhere else, deminishing.
This is our stash cash
The best find is the hunk of jadeite at about 5 o'clock, if you look around 8 o'clock you will see a fused clear and brown piece, then at 11 o'clock is a nice piece of green pottery bellow it is a nice rounded piece of green seaglass.
Another fantastic find was a rain forest we found today at Ecola, just before Connon Beach
I'm not sure what to make of this, you decide.
It is almost American Thanksgiving, so with that in mind and the fact that I don't often get connected I'd like to wish all my US friends a Happy Thanksgiving
While we are on the topic of turkeys, I want to share with you these two that crossed the road in front of us and then sontered right beside my car window.
I hope these guys make it past Thanksgiving and stay off the highway.
Until we connect next, have a good one.