MGM Seashore Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... a closer look at the Heritage buildings on the hillside visible from the highway when we were traveling south on our way to Salt Spring Island. I would have liked to have spent more time in this coal mining town but finding level parking was an issue and it was late in the day. After picking up some groceries and some salmon at the fish shop we headed for the campground at Nanaimo.
... that allowed the pushchair to be taken right to the oceans edge. Sarah commented on the way that it looked like a great place to swim (as if she hadn't had her fair share of getting in cold lakes pools and oceans recently) she thought she packed her costume but after a quick check realised only had Harrisons and not quite Canadian red necker enough to just jump in n bra n pants!! .. we vowed to return tomorrow for a quick dip before moving on to Victoria. ...
... thus-far; a little short on details, long on motivation. I have a desire for more freedom in my travels, and an interest in the places in-between. We have little in the way of a plan, and little more than a vague comprehension as to what we might be getting ourselves into. In the end this blog still wishes it was about food, and the best way to write about food is to eat more food, if the bike helps me accomplish that then it will all be worth it.
... traffic, and beyond that, old logging roads lead up into 312 acres of high ridge, designated "Heritage Forest" under the terms of the subdivision of the total property into 14 acreages, of which ours is one. A recent innovation in local land-use bylaws allows owners of lands designated as Forest Lots to donate a large portion to the community in exchange for some development privileges. The result is a Heritage Forest designation, in an arrangement that is managed by a local ...
To climb up a mountain, even if it's more a hill and has no rock face, but with three really sporty people, it was quiet a bit.
Five hours for both ways, would not be that hard.
So here it is, I might be active, but I am not sporty.
It was a great walk and the scenery amazing (we could even see a tiny version of sparkling Vancouver far away) and I loved every minute of it.