Hidden Harbour B&B
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... to the next island over and, in between, the rocks on which seals were basking. We're pretty sure we have one of the best views in the whole resort.
We went to explore the hot tubs. The resort has 30 hot tubs in total, our building has two of these, one of which is on our floor and rarely used apparently. Well, we used it as a base from which to sip wine and enjoy the view, watching seaplanes taking off and landing, boats coming ...
... I should have no fear of bears..
We were walking along quite happily... suddenly there was a blood curdling scream from beside me..
What.. another shadow about to strangle her?
But NO this time there was in fact something of substance...
There slithering across the path at her feet was a two foot snake..
All Australian snakes are given a wide berth.. for good reason ...
... Stella Sea Lions all swimming together in a lazy fashion at North Bluff in Seymour Narrows.
Just a little way further we see a spray in the distance, very close to shoreline in Browns Bay – apparently it is deep by the banks and it's not uncommon to see whales in sheltered waters, the humpback - nicknamed KC - called Kelp Creature, because he was found in the kelp when first viewed in these waters.
After more travel ...
... chicken, Sugar Snap peas and rice for tea. Speedy bedtimes. Quick nip to the hospital as poor Richie has an infected area on his leg. We quickly turn around when we discover the cost will likely be in access of $1,000! We will go to the walk in clinic in the morning for a fraction of the cost. We return with ice cream and liquorice for treats.
Impromptu bald eagle photo competition from today - entries from Rich, Grandad and ...
... from Duncan
for the weekend so it was a great family evening. Cruise stories, hunting and
fishing stories, recipe swaps and truck loads of salmon! What a wonderful
night. Our Canadian recipe list is growing at an alarming rate and one of the
first we’ll try when we get home is Mrs Grycan’s Ritz crackers apple pie!
Back to hotel and bed, another
ferry over to Quadra