Morning Glory By The Sea
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... and seals playing.
After the hot tubs, it was dinner time. Again - oh my word! Lovely lovely food, either a la carte or a chef's taster plate of smaller dishes. Tim had prawns followed by scallops followed by the steak, Chelle had charred tuna, scallops and crab risotto. All were cooked to perfection (but especially the scallops - yuuuuum!!) and washed down with a very agreeable pinot noir. We were sat outside on a ...
Painters lodge where we stayed is surrounded by woodland and fronts onto an inlet.
Their selling point is the salmon runs which travel up just off the shore there.
They do guided fishing trips in small dorys with a high catch rate... not hard when you can practically get out and walk on the fishes backs..
Being a fillet and release style fisherman we gave it a miss..
We took a weekend trip to Campbell river with Jesse, Miranda and there friend Shane. We all went in Miranda's Jeep with the trailer and 2 dirt bikes on the back. It was a 3 and a half hour drive up Island and we didn't leave till late because the others had work until after 5pm. We stayed with Brandon and Jessy's Mums Melanie and her Husband Bruce. They have a lovely big house with a separate ...
... guessing which one we find first. Dylan orders his Gingerbread Man - it's huge. He can't resist a little nibble of the arm before putting it away until later.
Grandma buys Taya a lovely little dress from one of the stalls. We all enjoy some fudge tasting and then buy some. According to the lady most Europeans have never had fudge before! Clearly her market research wasn't that extensive!
We eat our yummy purchases ...
Left Ucuelet at 7:30am this morning and drove pretty much non-stop to Campbell River which took 3.5 hours. Some context on the size of the Island - from Vancouver's capital city Victoria (yes it's odd but the capital of Vancouver is actually the city of Victoria which is on Vancouver Island!) to its other extremity - Port Hardy it would take almost 7 hours to drive.....yes it's a huge island!