Charm of Qualicum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Sitting outside having coffee at my hotel this morning a lady from another room came outside. She spotted Delphins and seals this morning at 6.30. I was awake, even outside for ten minutes but without my lenses. I wish I knew it before. it seems that almost every morning they show up. After having coffee and reading a little I hit the road around 9 …
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 ...
... summer the campground is at capacity, including the preceding weekend. It was hard to imagine our deserted campground full of running kids and families camping. We bought some wood from the ranger but were too tired for a fire. With the windows open the air was cool and we could here the river running through the rapids just steps away from the coach. We watched a movie and turned in early, happy to continue on our Journey. ...
... which is the oldest park in BC created in 1911. Diana was a member of the Friends of the Strathcona Park who are continually fighting the government on development and putting roads in the park they want it kept natural as a wilderness for people to enjoy not to have roads and housing developments. Richard volunteered to drive our Pontiac so we packed a lunch with drinks in backpacks and set off. There is a sking lodge here as well ...