Cobble Wood Guesthouse and Bird Sanctuary House & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... kale or spinach works best)
- 1⁄4 cup of brandy or white wine
- 2 cups heavy cream
- Salt and pepper
Make crepes: Mix milk, eggs, melted butter, and salt in a blender for 5 seconds. Add flour, 1⁄2 cup (125mL) at a time, blending until smooth. Let rest 1–2 hours, then ...
... was overcast initially so we decided to head over to Ucluelet (the next town along and a mere 40km away!) to walk the Lighthouse Loop of the Wild Pacific Trail, a scenic route that partially hugs the rugged coastline of the Pacific Ocean and highly recommended by our host, Nicky. We set off and plunged straight into the rainforest and made the short walk through before emerging out at the edge of the ocean. We followed the trail ...
... the wedding she is attending when we return to Muskoka. I managed to find several items of interest and am now beginning to wonder if we will need that trailer we joked about for the trip home. Back to Wild Edge to change for dinner and then once again on the highway back to Tofino. We had made a reservation at Schooners. Lucky we did as the place was packed. Dinner lasted two and a half hours and the people watching was very rewarding. We arrived back "home" ready for ...
... We saw some pups swimming and were serenaded by some really loud barking!
Once we settled again, out came the fishing rods and the boys took over. It only felt like a few minutes of watching the gently bobbing water until Dylan let out a squawk and we saw his rod bent right over. We rushed to him and the boat tipped a little. It was clear this was something big as Dyl was reeling like mad and straining back as hard as he could. Al realised this and reached for the ...
... amongst three grey whales. These were around `13 metres long. They are not as exciting as humpbakcs or Orcas; more graceful as they dive. Saw a couple of tail flips as they went down for food. Stay under for around 5 minutes. Time to head back; a couple of people were feeling a bit under the weather with the stationary rolling. I wasn't too bad but pleased that we were moving again.
Went around between some ...