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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 ...
... to regular fishing. Blair was convinced it was a halibut this time, so to make sure the halibut doesn't go nuts and start flapping around you pull them in quite quietly. And you don't get their heads out the water or else they'll go crazy and big ones can pull you in if you're not smart about it. So that all worked fine, and Blair whacked it on the head with a base ball bat several times while it was against the side of the boat. Dead right? Nuh uh. Blair spent ...
... just north of Port Alberni, and decided this seemed like a perfect place to stop. After a delicious lunch we did the very short walk down to the Falls before setting off on the last part of our journey. We'd been warned that the latter part of the drive (approx 1.5 hours) was on extremely twisty roads which proved to be the case, but the accompanying scenery was so beautiful that it really didn't seem to be a chore. The ...
... We saw a random cafe owner feeding scrap fish to the Bald Eagles. So amazing. Even Kirsty was impressed by the birds. We went on to Torquine beach which had a little woodland walk down to it. It was great to see and it looked barely touched. On downloading the Tofino app we noticed that it was movie night at the local 'cinema' and tonight the film of choice was Gloria which was a Chilean film with subtitles about a ...
... I loaded my bike and head down to the beach.
After the 20minute ride, I arrived at Cox-Bay, just to find it totally different than the day before. I stood at the Beach, saw the sand but no water nearby. I walked for a few minutes, nothing! I continued walking to where the water should be. I lost sight of the shore. Only flat beach and fog around me. Then suddenly a ghost was approaching me. On a bike, surfer style clothing, cup of coffee in his hand and a board under ...