Qualicum Bay Resort
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Very clean! Sleeps up to 8 people. Small fridge, small oven/hot plate combo. Toilet, no shower but there is a nice shower in camping area.
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While driving back to the Qualicum Beach to my camping cabin I saw a man with a wispy beard leaning on a walking stick thumbing for a ride. I was instantly reminded of a character out of the Hobbit. Beside him was a lovely young woman. I pulled over and asked them where they were headed. It turned out they were just going a few miles up the road so …
CLICK ON A PHOTO AND YOU CAN SEE THEM AS A SLIDESHOW WITH COMMENTS I HAVE MADE ABOUT THE PHOTO. I just realized that you could do that.
Some of pictures I took yesterday:
Ok, title of today's blog is not as ominous as it sounds,I was waiting at the ferry at 6 AM today. On board the ferry at …
... We don’t actually keep score, but I reckon I came a pretty close second overall.
Finally, it’s time to head home and try to catch the beautiful sunset. We head to the little beach behind the house. The wind has dropped, the sun is setting, and all is good. We even light a small fire in an improvised fire pit to make the picture complete. Kai looks into his mother’s eyes. “Can I go inside now? I want to watch ...
... Obviously Jimmy got bored and with that idea and left his mate to keep
looking and he headed in search for the great southern land!
We had a great few days touring around Victoria and we’ve
marked it as a place we definitely want to return to when the weather picks up.
It was Chinese New Year on the Sunday we were there. They had a dragon festival
/ parade to mark the year of the snake which was really cool to be part ...
... peace and beauty as our reflections barely wavered in the mirrored waters! Suddenly, excitement. I spotted something that moved rapidly off rocks close by. On inspection the movement proved to be mumma river otter with her 3 babies who surveyed us whilst we marvelled at what cute little things they were and at the fact that we were lucky to see them up close and personal. Returning in the kayaks by 6.30pm still left 3 hours of daylight to ...