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Comox, isn't very touristy, | think we are staying in the only hotel / motel in the whole place, it is very nice and all the people seem very friendly, perhaps a little too friendly. They all seem to give a strange sort of a smile and want to say hello, Slightly stepford like...
Still the food in the Black Fin Pub was good , Portions far too …
... mom to pay a small amount (we didn't have enough cash on us) and then we went to the bank right away to withdraw some money (we paid her back, don't worry).
Oh and before I forget, on Friday I talked with the music teacher, Mrs Bouey (also Chloe's teacher on Thursdays), and she lends me one of her spare ukuleles now. I can use it until I'm done with it. It's still very different from my (acoustic) guitar, but it's fun to try it out.
... br> Commercial Grade Flooring
Stainless Steel Kitchen & Bath Sinks
China Style Toilet
LED Flush Mount Clearance Lamps
6 Cubic Ft. Refrigerator/Freezer
Control Center Panel - Integrates all System Switches and
Monitor Gauges in one convenient location
Integrated Entry Door Steps
Laminated Rubber Roof
High Density ...
... was a Quinsam salmon hatchery – run by the Federal Department of Fisheries. There was an information area and then the area was open for visitors, except for the main working areas. We walked up to the Counting Shed – and saw the salmon trying to get up the weir. Those that made it appeared to be leaping in celebration!! John was a little disappointed not to see any of the bears that signs said were feeding on the salmon in the area. Jacqueline was disappointed ...
... and did find the cache. We were amused by a few logs about the steepness of the track – it had not been that bad and the T rating was 4 (geocachers from home might have made it a 2). We were so glad to have made contact with Kevin and Maggie and they were so welcoming. We would love to see and host them in Nelson, New Zealand some time in the future should they ever venture our way.
About 30 km later we entered Comox and enjoyed the views ...