A Snug Harbour Inn
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This is often said here but we have seen some truly awesome sights. We left our lovely room in whistler for the ferry to Vancouver Island via the sea to sky highway (due to the dramatic views of coastal mountain ranges). Somehow we managed to miss the rain at every opportunity. The island is huge but the population isn't. It reminds me of NZ at times, with local produce being sold, forests of fir, massive lakes... The country is just one mass of green and blue. It ...
... in 273 - a two storey 950 square foot cottage with 2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, a hot tub, electric fireplace, a deck and a balcony off the bedroom. And it's for sale for only $279,000! We unpack and relax with a drink before starting dinner. Brianna has chosen the leather couch and I have the matching chair tucked under the stairs - my own little den. It is going to be a great ...
... on a salmon. The fillets were enormous, as you can see, and we only needed a single fillet for our own. Blair was more than happy to take the rest, as he said Halibut was his favourite white eating fish. Plus his kids liked it too, and they would have it crumbed in strips and called it chicken fingers!
We dined like kings, feasting firstly on an afternoon tea of red rock crab - YUMM! and then dinner was Halibut, Coho Salmon and greens - healthy or what?
... Wild Pacific Trail. Famously scenic walking through the spruce fringe forest tracing the rugged coastline with panoramic views (bloody cold,
windy and the sea mist is coming in). Filled in more time walking round the harbor town (they are starting to look the same quaint wooden buildings) down to the Boat Basin where the fishing boats
were. Wandered round a Tackle Shop lots of lures and ...
... ce sont des marches excellentes, à l'air de la mer et au milieu d'arbres fous, sans aucune difficulté technique.
Juste à côté du quai où le bateau arrive, il y a un aussi un petit aquarium présentant l'écosystème marin local. Un matin en sortant du café nous sommes entrés juste pour voir. Le staff semblait être composé principalement d'élèves de secondaire, mais toutes (que des filles!) très sympas. L'une d'entre elle nous a demandé de nous laver les mains ...