The Hospitality Inn
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... the speedboat was so powerful, my cap flew off as soon as we accelerated out of the marina!
Ness absolutely loved driving the boat and we both had a fit of giggles every time the boat started jumping up and down over the wake of other boats.
Before our time was up I couldn't resist pulling a few 'doughnuts' in the water. This thing was SO much fun!
Closing up the throttles we pootled slowly back to ...
... so we have no neighbours looking in on us.
Paul needs a newspaper
And we haven’t got a newspaper… so back in the truck and off we go to get a newspaper (and some chocolate donuts) for tonight…
Finally it’s beach time AND kayak time
We park the motorhome close to ...
... I got more used to the relaxed driving mentality. It was about an hour and a half drive from Duncan to Cathedral grove. On the way there we took a slight detour into Coombs to visit a country market store that has a unique twist. Their roof is a living roof full of grass and how do they keep that grass short and neat? Why goats of course! Yes there is goats living on the roof of this place. The store itself was buzzing with people and was full of unique ...
... 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 ...
... museum and display of very important potlatch objects that were essentially stolen from the people when potlatch was outlawed. When potlatch was no longer outlawed in 1950, a whole generation was unfamiliar with this important culture. Fortunately some elders could lead the people. But their items were not returned to the First Nations for another 50 years ...a very ...