Town Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... to look a lot like Christmas, however the rain melted the snow over the next couple days.
I had travelled six months and had enjoyed many cheap and dirty restaurants, but it was here back in Canada the flu bug found me and my family over the holidays. So Christmas Eve I spent my turn in bed with the bucket. Luckily around New Years of 2014 we were all on the mend. It was probably the first Christmas with leftover shortbread ...
Not used to double beds a little small for us but nice, cosy and close up. Very tired and had a good nights sleep. We are all early rises and like our coffees and tea in bed before getting up for breakfast. Poor Terry was diagnosed as celiac and is on a special diet of no wheat or gluten so we had lovely muesli with nuts, seeds, fresh raspberries, blueberries from the garden.
Today we are going hiking in the Strathcona ...
... to think it might be some sort of Powell River conspiracy!
Anyway, we had a nice dinner at Clint and Sherry’s with all the family again. Beautiful ribs! Thanks C & S, had the best time and enjoyed it all so much. Miss your faces already. Heading off early in the morning to get back over to the island. We leave Powell River knowing there is so much more to see and do. Will have to put it all on the Bucket ...
... taxi for the last drive to the house.
So beautiful, about 3.30pm, bright sunlight dancing on the waves and rocks and lighting up the timber in the house as Chris and Ian got the storm shutters down and turned everything on.. We made tea and took it on the deck which stretches the full width of the house at the back and overlooks the sea. The broom is in full glorious yellow bloom and I ...
... instead, figuring it might be more tame. There are some rock outcroppings and two fast moving channels on this side. As we try to pass through the first, we get spun around in the current and spit back out. Just as Yannick is about to recommend we go back to try the other side of the islet, we stop in an eddy and he suddenly yells to power through the second channel. We angle full speed into the counter-current and start to get ejected into ...