Two Eagles Lodge
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... Dutch pancakes) and they were really good.
When we walked down the beach, we had an amazing view. The first time we forgot our cameras, so the next day we had to go back again. I even sent my brother a message in a bottle, ...
... and I really like that about this voluntary work here.
We also went for a walk around Air Park, last Saturday. I kinda just wandered around and took some pictures. It was too misty unfortunately, but it was a nice walk anyway.
Now, I also went twice to Christina's, Audrey's friend who kind of grew up in Holland and gave us the roses the other day. She did some energy healing type of therapy and when I came ...
... to get more so as the BC government just announced a 12% rate increase over the next three years! From Nanaimo we headed to Courtney to visit M'Elaine and Paul Healey, long time friends from Newfoundland who moved to BC years ago.
We parked our trailer in the Putledge River Campground run by the Komoks First Nation. The good weather continued so we were able to get in a few good hikes and tour the area around Courtney and Campbell River. We visited ...
... ribbing - as I said to him the stress of being the tour guide just got to me. Hhahhaaaa Our accommodation for tonight and tomorrow night is the Tigh Na Mara Resort right on the coast so our lovely room has ocean views, balcony, lounge etc and is just perfect for our last few days here. Tomorrow we are driving over to the west coast of the island which is the Pacific Ocean and Junior reckons he's going swimming - we'll see what happens.. Time for a snooze right ...
We got to sleep in! We left at 9am this morning and headed out. Our destination was Comox Bay. It was about an 8 hour cruise so it seemed so much shorter than the previous day. We were headed for the Strait of Georgia. Notorious, I was informed, for its rough current and brutal waves. It was only about 3 knots against us unlike the first day in Deception Pass. While Deception Pass was the trickiest part of the trip thus far it didn't last long. We had ...