A Snug Harbour Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Thought it was about time I did another blog post ☺
Everything is going well here, the days are cold but very sunny. So hopefully this is the last of the rain but I think that might just be wishful thinking.
Just finished up a job last week and waiting for my next one to start which should be some time next week.
Tom's well, working hard and pulling the occasional all nighter still.
Tom just ...
... and anchored for some halibut. Not so great weather now, and the shorts and t-shirt had longs and a jersey added to them. The wind got up a bit too and every now and again we were bobbing around, and yet today I felt fine?! We all put the world to rights (as you do when you're waiting for fish to bite) and the first rod to bend was mine - eeek! So I followed instructions, did what I was told and hauled in a sand shark (which at about 5 feet long weighed as much ...
... trail to we came across an automated lighthouse. Sarah commented it was a lot smaller than st. Mary's in Whitley bay which was true although Stuart thought it was still impressive. Sarah and Harrison climbed a tree which had a branch shaped just like a swing. Harrison then befriended Don who spent most the rest of the walk with him on his shoulders!! We saw lots of 'old mans beard' ... A kind of moss that hangs from ...
... length of 7 buses that hit the rocks in sight of shore. All 27 on board died and all that remained of the ship next day were the figurehead, bits of the cabin and various personal effects washed into the nearby bay. We also saw a few people out strolling and enjoying the warm sun, with cameras in hand. A young couple had stopped at one point to watch a bird having a dust bath. We also saw a wood pecker.
The 2.6km walk we did was part of the Wild Pacific ...
... home so that I could look for bear (I had been reminding Sam to do this all holiday, but for those of you that know him - I might have well have asked him to find his own phone and wallet!!), and would you believe it - sat on the side of the road was a black bear, munching its way through huckleberries!! We drove past it a couple of times (it took Sam 3 attempts to ...