Yes, an indigenous population which is just so different from our indigenous population. Glad that you visited gardens, too. That is what I will do a lot of in France.
Been there, done that, on a sweltering day. Holy smokes was it hot and humid that day. I hope you had a cooler day to enjoy the place.
I also in January 1970 was taken to Butchard Gardens in Victoria BC. Unlike Abraham Lincoln, I absolutely FROOZE. Saw the totem poles and the gardens covered with snow, however as you say it is a major tourist attraction. At least you saw it in much more pleasant temperatures.CheersColin (HB)
I think these sort of places must be paid for by the digital camera and memory card people.
I have heard so much about these gardens... Hope we get to go there next year.Betsy
I love it. Hope to visit it myself one day. Greetings from Jo
Good to see you are back, Bill. Nice garden, and interesting pole - I like the Inuit art a lot.