We have separate lists for some things, Skip looks after motor home related things and I do the travel insurance, make vet appointments etc. Jake and Sophie are due for rabies shots this year, all three get Bordetella for kennel cough ( apparently it is easily picked up in dog parks and rest areas ) and all three get an annual examination. They don't get any other shots now. All of them got the regular shots for the first two years only. We have a vet who doesn't believe in repeating vaccines year after year.
We are heading to the interior of the province for a few weeks, we are going to stay mostly in recreation
campgrounds, they used to be called forestry sites and are on public land for the most part. Some are free and some have a fee of $12 or $6.00 for seniors. There are no services other than fire pits and pit toilets and tables. Our header picture is taken at a recreational site. When we get to Kelowna we will stay at a provinicial park, which is still dry camping but there are showers, water etc. After Kelowna we are not sure where we are heading but that's the way we like to travel. We do know we want to enter the USA from Grandforks and head down highway 395, in eastern Washington.
When we were in Victoria a couple of weeks ago we had lunch at a popular spot at the harbour. Red Fish Blue Fish was featured on the Food Network so we had to check it out.
There was a long long lineup
Over an hour later.
The food was really good,especially the shrimp tacones, which are tacos rolled like cones and filled with chipolte shrimp.
I don't like to stand in line, good as it was I don't think I'd wait that long again.
This is where we normally buy our fish at French Creek about 15 miles from us.
French Creek Seafood is a comercial fishpacking plant
With a retail store
It is so fresh and so good, and no line ups.
and no crowds of people.