Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Taking A Ship To See A Queen

This is the view through our windshield as we drove off the ferry into Victoria - the capital city of British Columbia, located on Vancouver Island in Canada.  The crossing was just 90 minutes from Port Angeles, Washington in the United States.  The ferry drops you right into downtown Victoria - and as you drive onto the main drag, you pass the beautiful parliament building, which is graced with a statue of Queen Victoria herself right in front of it.

There was one other semi truck on the ferry with us.  He was a few vehicles ahead of us.  We were one of the last vehicles off.  I know it's no big deal for people who take these ferries all the time, but I love when we get to take our truck on a ferry!  It's a bit more exciting than our everyday travel.

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Dignity Of Earth And Sky
2020: When Life Gives You Lemons
2019: Istanbul Cobble
2018: Circulating The Morning Air In The Lonestar State
2017: It's The Real OLD Thing
2016: Stopping In Style
2015: Patiently Waiting
2014: Find Out Where You Can Dine With Giraffes
2013: Sputtering With Excitement
2012: Water May Not Be The Only Liquid Nourishing These Flowers
2011: Nappy Time
2010: Dick. Not A Dick. Which One Are You?
2009: First The Poultry, Now This
2008: California Moon
2007: Ryno And Rob
2006: Living The Dream
2005: Sorry, no post on this day. The blog didn't start until May 2005!

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