The Hospitality Inn
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... skipping stones can provide so much entertainment. We must've been on the beach for a good hour.
It was then time to hit the road again, with one last pit stop into a native gift shop to see what we could find. After grabbing a few souvenirs for ourselves and Kara's sister as a thank you for watching the dogs in our absence.
Arriving back at our farm cottage we were thoroughly impressed to see that our request of using a fire pit and bbq was ...
Having survived multiple renditions of Oh Canada ( Canadia) I awoke to a beautiful sunny morning. It was going to be 31 degrees today, should be a nice drive up to Port Albernie via Duncan , Nanaimo, and Coombs. The day started out well, and ended with a real ****** experience. I will get to that. First stop Duncan. A pleasant town that has a very indigenous feel.There are totem poles strategically placed around the entire town, so we went ...
... amp; Joey and I got great video footage of them flying out of the tube. By that point it was going on 2:00pm and we had to leave to catch the ferry by 3. I still had to clean up and pack. So we went back to the lake house, I cleaned up, got my things packed, helped pack the car up before we had to say our goodbyes.
We made the ferry reservations this time with only a 45 minute wait time. The ...
... ice cream. The drive to Coombs was amazing, and once in Coombs we got a good parking spot and walked the dogs over the the ice cream parlor. The ice cream parlor was insane. I swear it had like 50 different flavors of ice cream, and a one scoop was actually 2 huge scoops of 2 flavors on a cone. We sat outside the parlor under some trees while we watched the world go by. We all agreed that Coombs was a great place to check out when we had more ...
... distracted by deers grazing on the side of the road, that don't seem to mind me until I fish out my camera -- darn. And will all of that I got lost, obviously...
And then on the next day the little town that didn't seem much showed its true colors. It was a perfect day. Under a bright sun the water of the Alberni Inlet was shining like a mirror, the harbour-side marked just what we needed (coffee and scones), and the city quiet and peaceful. Add to that great roommates and a ...