Back to the USA Day
We anticipated the rainy weather for this second day in Victoria so planned inside activity. Church was interesting. We attended a “quiet” service at an old Anglican Church where everyone sat in the choir. Lots of liturgy and communion, of course, but also a pretty decent sermon. Then to breakfast at Coras. Huge plates of food, a real treat. I went to see miniature dioramas in the Empress Hotel and Cindy was off to the Royal Museum. I joined her there later. Nicely done. We managed to squeeze in a bit of shopping at a neat tea shop (from 1892!) and found a different concept ice cream shop. The did soft serve well, and dipped your cone in a choice of several chocolate formulas and you could add on a bunch of toppings. No oil, just warm chocolate. Definitely not the DQ! Back on the ferry at 3 and the campground by 5. Not much dinner because we were still pretty full from the amazing breakfast. We are finished with Canada on this trip.
Cadillac’s Most Correct Viewpoint
I needed to drive a boat back to somewhere but enjoyed several unique lattes in the Victoria place. The also have tea, not too bad. I did not give any additional speeches because this place is locked up for the Bull Moose Party. Not a single person was going to vote for anyone else! This voting deal is nearly in the bag.