Vancouver and on to Alaska
So we ran around the Vancouver area today. I can’t remember what all the photos were but I’ll try to piece it all together. We did get a tour of the University of British Columbia campus (I really don’t remember this part). I did go over to the registrar’s office and get a college guide and a course book. I also found another arcade(!) which is really funny that I’ve mentioned this a few times in my journal, I really don’t recall playing any arcade games the whole time.
So I have no recollection of the guy below playing the accordion, but it’s in my journal with his name and the notation that he was supposed to be playing the bagpipes (and he told some jokes).
The above are just some assorted shots of Vancouver. Not even sure where I took most.
From my journal:
“5PM – Just saw the Cleveland Dam, it’s pretty neat. Earlier we saw the Capilano Suspension Bridge and went across it.”
From my journal (with no photos, sorry):
“Stopped in Chinatown for about fifteen minutes and drove through Gas Town with is all gas lamps.”
Speaking of the ship:
“9:15 PM – The ship sure is dinky. The rooms are pretty small too. The food ain’t bad on the boat.”
We boarded the ship at 7 PM and at 8:30 PM it set said through the Inside passage on it’s way to Alaska.
If you’re reading this post out of context, this is me re-journaling a trip to Alaska from when I was a kid. You might want to click the “trip to Alaska” link and go to the bottom and read them in order. I’m posting each entry on the same day that it happened years ago.