Charm of Qualicum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Saying goodbyes to my new friends I noted Lightning Man has a distinct aura. Never seen one before. It i like the shimmering waves of air above the hot hood of an overheated car I saw no colors. Paul Elder, our leader is being forced to find a new retreat center since this one will not be available to us in the future. New owners, new rules etc. He …
... efficient and organized although, from talking to the lady at the car rental, apparently that was not the case through the summer when it was busy.
I tested out a major advertising slogan-"at Enterprise we pick you up". I called from the ferry before we landed and, by golly, they actually did come and pick us up.
From Nanaimo we drove up to Qualicum Beach. This is a lovely community along the Strait of Georgia. Our hotel is on the beach along ...
... water and the red trees as we drove to Jacqueline’s. We then had a long and enjoyable chat for an hour or so. We had to tell her all about our trip, especially the Othello Tunnels which she had recommended. She had been there just the previous week. We discovered she had been to the little Information Centre in Oliver we had visited and had also been impressed. She had had 2 women helping her at the Centre and we decided ‘our helper’ ...
... not be guarding the entrance to a shady lane. She points a gnarled finger back the way we came, and we beat a retreat back to the highway.
At long last we arrive at Rathtrevor Park. There is definitely a beach here. It’s low tide and the ocean has retreated way off on the horizon, leaving an enormous expanse of “sand” exposed. We grab the buckets, spades, shade shelter and a compass and ...
... 3 bedroom house! One slab they had on display was of a Douglas fir that was 1100 years old when it was blown down. The seedling sprouted in 640AD! It was fascinating to inspect the rings and see how it is affected by periods of hot and cold weather.
Eleanor liked the logging camp buildings the best. They were simple and homely, with 2 rooms, large windows and a stove. Some had some delightful wooden furniture like a large wooden filing cabinet. It would make a perfect ...