May 20, 2019

Men's Walking Group

Seven of us walked a bit over 8 Km today on the Friendship Trail in Duncan,  beginning near Walmart and finishing off with a tasty lunch at the CVI Pub in the Best Western Motel nearby.  Bob Bennett dropped in to join us for lunch.  A dribble of rain to start but clearing up part way through.  A very enjoyable outing.  -- DeNNis.

Started and finished as shown near the top right corner of the map.  Parked the cars in the Walmart parking lot and did a counter-clockwise loop as shown by the yellow trace.  Then drove over to the CVI Pub for lunch.

Lots of wild daisies along the way.


Photo fuzzy but colourful.

Unique gate ends.  Looks like the gates roll right through.

Cute figures.

May be a good place for veggies.

Seen on a corner fence post of a --. 

-- property across from the cemetary at the
intersection of Drinkwater and Somenos.

Columbines (we think).

We leave the streets and head down the Friendship trail (part
of the Cowichan Valley Trail).

Buttercups of some sort.

Nootka roses.

Excellent carving of an eagle on this deck.

We will just show the fence.

Growing with  the grass and stuff (shown larger below).

Someone made very good use of their spare time.

The bridge across Bings Creek where these two trails meet.
We turned left and followed Sherman Road down to the
highway where we got back onto the Friendship Trail.

Which way?

Back onto the Friendship Trail at the end of  Sherman Rd.

Where a quail decided to avoid us.

More wildflowers.

Averill Creek bridge.
How someone got down to do the graffiti
we cannot imagine.

Lunch at the CVI Pub.  (I accidentally put my camera into infra-red night shooting mode).

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