Rodmay Heritage Hotel
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- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... last day of exploring to do.
Our first stop that morning / afternoon was to Elk Falls, a pretty forest trail with a powerful waterfall and suspension bridge at the end of it.
Next we drove to the furthest point north on our travels around Vancouver Island to Campbell River, the epitome of wilderness.
After Elk Falls we spotted a sign for a salmon hatchery and went in in for a free wander around ...
... the race which has helped out legs. We finished the ride with a few beers in the Rocky Mountain beer garden , so it feels just like home. We have met loads of lovely locals, internationals and of course Canberrans. We will go on our float plane prize tomorrow morning before out next race start. Very fortunate and enjoying every minute of this warm weather too. Happy Canada Day as ...
... people who ran the bar were lovely, plus we had a laugh with our bowling names (e.g. I was bigfatjeff, Laura was peglegpete) and general rowdiness, so that made up for the lack of "rock"! Didn't get to try poutine as they didn't sell it! I will make it my mission to have a taste of it at some point though. BEDWELL LAKE TRAIL (THURSDAY 22nd MAY 2014): Hilary, Hanna, Jen, Emily and I decided to tackle the Bedwell Lake trail ...
... for our trouble.
Went back to our cottage for some breakfast then drove out to Lund (mile 0 of Highway 101) for a coffee and relaxing stroll around. The weather was behaving and we enjoyed some lovely sunshine. We were all a little weary from our early start so we hoped to get a little nap in before the big night at Danielle and Frank's. Didn’t really happen. Uncle Clint came and picked us up about 5ish ...
... found several sand dollars, and we saw lots of small crabs scurrying across the rocks/sand. The tide was out, and even after walking quite awhile we never made it out to the water's edge.
We continued on through Campbell River about 19 km north, and came upon a sign for Brown’s Bay Marina Resort/Ripple Rock RV Park in the Seymour Narrows of the Georgia Strait. What a find! Our favorite campground so far. We weren’t sure what we were going to ...