On the 9th, Sandy and I drove from Seattle to Vancouver, actually Surrey, British Columbia, and spent a relaxing evening with our hosts, Barbara and Bevin.
Today, we went to the charming shore town of White Rock, which lies just above the border with the U.S. As one perambulates along its long shoreline promenade, you might catch a train coming from the U.S. that runs adjacent to the walkway. Fortunately, that did not happen during our visit, and we were free to enjoy the beach type atmosphere, cozy shops, and varying restaurants that populate White Rock's main street. It's fun to walk through the town, and fortunately the main drag is largely flat because the rest of the municipality is quite hilly, thus giving its hillside residents a gorgeous view of the water and offshore islands. Attached are pictures of our visit.
Tomorrow we are going to see Ft. Langley, said by our hosts to be another charming town. Thanks for reading.