Western Canada 2004

The water was cold, cold, cold, and amazingly opaque.  We dangled the water bottles over the edge to keep them at glacier temperature…

We rented a mid-size ride and headed into the mountains.  We stopped every five minutes because every corner brought new picture opportunities, each more stunning than the prior.

Alas, on Salt Spring, Moby’s Wharf has closed.  It was, for a couple of days, our very favorite restaurant.  A view from their porch… 

Blue and white with that one red accent

Moraine Lake: The water really was this colour…

Birches and flower

Parksville, Vancouver Island

Victoria had this old wall by the waterfront – and made the best of picture opportunities.

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