Clayoqout Retreat B&B
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... down in a cold cast-iron skillet or other heavy skillet. Place over medium-low heat and cover. Cook until skin is crisp, spooning off excess fat as it cooks, about 10 minutes.
Fig Gastrique Directions:Sweat off the shallot for a couple minutes on low heat with a little of the duck fat, then add the figs and cook for a minute more.Add the rest of the ingredients and reduce by about half or until ...
... poked his head up to see what we were and, seeing no threat from us, continued on with a meal of octopus, nibbled at from between his paws as he floated on his back. Very very cute! Finally, on our way back into Tofino, we passed a island with a few tall trees, at the top of one of which was a large bald eagle, just surveying his kingdom. Huge birds, and very statuesque. Another was visible as we pulled into the harbour, sat way ...
... moat" he had created in front of the door. Nancy and I made a trip to Thrifty's before taking a walk to Dallas Road. The ocean was totally calm, so no surfers and very few dog walkers in the late afternoon. We found a house for sale on George Street that we would like to make an offer on. Jim thinks we would only need about $850,000 for it. Brianna made enchiladas ...
... in winter the town is full of people coming to storm watch. Some of the biggest storms are on our beach right outside our house. They don't often get snow.
I really wish i could go back to the moment when that halibut was on the end of my line and i could have held it for a bit longer so Al could get it in the boat... Then we watched a movie.
... the local history and characters.
Dropped into Little Qualicum Falls, but didn't walk down to have a look. A little further up the road we stopped at Cathedral Grove where there are very old Douglas Firs. A beautiful little walk, steam coming off the old logs and moss hanging from the trees.
It was a beautiful day, compared with the rain we had when we arrived the night before. Sun was out and temp ...