ENTHRALLED BY THE SCENERY, my husband was enjoying the view while I took photographs from the BC Ferry windows.
We were leaving Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver to visit family in Sechelt this past August.
The sun gave sparkle to the Howe Sound and Georgia Strait waters. Sky reflections painted the sea a deep blue.
Patterns formed around rugged and evergreen rich islands.
A winding path trailed behind us as we sped to our destination.
Foam rippled and churned as the vessel pushed its way forward.
The forty minute trip passed quickly and soon our ship reached the Langdale shore from where we drove to Sechelt.
Along the road, there were windowless places where people waiting for buses could watch a flow of vehicles go by that had come off the ferry.
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Copyright by Penelope Puddlisms