The Coho ferry

Coho cart

One of the nice things about Sequim is the ease – and pleasure – of travel to Canada. A 90 minute ferry ride on the Black Ball Ferry M.V. Coho takes travelers across the international border into Victoria B.C.

Day trip or longer, it’s like travel in the olden days of the last century. Dare I say it? You don’t have to remove your shoes, belts, keys, or day packs as stern people x-ray you and your gear for overly large bottles of shampoo or lotion. The lineup for customs isn’t onerous and the agents are even polite, if not pleasant. It’s a welcome throwback.

I’ll show you some of what I saw on my recent trip to Victoria in the coming days.

7 thoughts on “The Coho ferry”

  1. So this is what you’ve been up to … sounds like great fun. I kept waiting for an invitation, but none came. Oh well. Looking forward to seeing more of these fun times.

  2. Because I have been late in viewing and commenting on blogs, I have been working backwards. A trip like yours would fascinate me. Guess it is about time to get back to the Pacific Northwest and Canada. I agree with you that a “throwback” to former travel conditions would be nice!!

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