Black Bear Resort

Address: 1812 Campbell Way, Port McNeill, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0N 2R0, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1812 Campbell Way, Port McNeill.
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      Travel Blogs from Port McNeill

      Whales! Whales!

      A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 03, 2014

      16 photos

      ... in no time today. We were going father west today and on the island by the camp Fia plucked a purple starfish off the rocks for us to examine and photograph while Todd found a "hairy snail" for us to do the same. Once we left the protection of the bay the wind had really picked up and we forged ourselves into it. We paddled for quite a while, resting occasionally, and rafted up to eat snacks of natural fruit roll ups, trail mix, beef jerky and chocolate. ...

      Eagle Eye

      A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 02, 2014

      14 photos

      ... There are smaller numbers of transient groups that eat small mammals like seals, sea lions and dolphins while the resident orcas solely eat salmon. He taught us about the negative effects that boats, fishing, and the capturing of orcas have had on the populations. From this vantage point the group of mostly volunteers scan the waters to track the killer whales, study their behavior and report illegal boat activity. It made me happy to think that there are people ...

      Orcas!

      A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 01, 2014

      11 photos

      ... dinner in the kitchen we spotted more marine life approaching from the west. "It's dolphins!" "No, Orcas!" We debated as they approached. We both ended up being correct as the pods slowly worked their way into view. The dolphins moved on and the entire camp became enthralled with watching the killer whales. We saw a cow with a young calf following a bull who lead the way well out front for several minutes. They eventually got close enough that we could make out ...

      A Mountain New Year's

      A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Jan 02, 2014

      6 comments, 34 photos

      ... flags.

      Lance and Jenny, good friends of Jeff and Marianne's in Sointula and Mt. Cain regulars invite us down to their cabin after dinner for Nog Night. It's a short walk on crunchy snow and under a starry sky to their little cabin that glows warmly with candlelight in the dark woods. Inside we're treated to creamy glasses of sweet, rum-laced homemade eggnog and the welcome of the Mt. Cainers, many of whom we have met before.

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      Back of beyond

      A travel blog entry by mbrom on Aug 10, 2013

      5 photos

      ... the water!
      But they are spectacular animals-so huge. It was so lovely to be on the boat cruising around the beautiful and wild islands in that part of the world. We had a lovely day and drove home to a fresh sockeye salmon dinner that I cooked in our cottage kitchen. Michelle offered us fresh vegies from her garden. We noticed some other plants in their gardens that must have been for medicinal purposes :) ...

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