Saturday, August 1, 2009
Saturday, August 1st, Victoria
An amazingly beautiful 3-mile walkway has been developed around the northwestern end of Victoria Harbor, and it runs from our little houseboat community all the way to downtown. It winds under huge Madrone trees, past one of the last Gary Oak stands in Canada, and on to die-for homes looking across to the Victorian waterfront.
We walked it today to the Royal BC Museum, where we visited the temporary treasures of the British Museum and a fabulous exhibit of First Nations Northwest history.
To see the remaining photos taken today, click on: