Ruby Lake Resort
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... s is breathtakingly beautiful. Is in close proximity to ocean and mountains, full of rich Culteral Heritage. Roberts Creek is full of outdoorsy activities, hiking, fishing, kayaking and swimming in summer. In winter months Snowshoeing an cross country skiing. Sechelt - literally the "land between two waters." With Coast Salish roots from the Shi'sha'lh First Nation the town is steeped in aboriginal ...
... and I tried to join the Crew Walking Activity at 9 but after a few little wrong turns I made it a 9.06 and had missed the group so I did my 4 laps (2 kms) of the walking track at my own pace. It was cold and windy out on Deck 6 but there were lots of intrepid walkers and joggers and I liked it because it was a completely even surface I could look out into the ocean in my constant search for a whale. I had left Mac in the cabin to have his shower and ...
Bruce up at 1am taking pictures of ships passing in the night – quite close. Slept with the curtains open and they filled the room with light.
I was up at 5am because it was daylight and I just had to look and thought I saw whales. We are surrounded by picture postcard scenery just like the brochures.
My new thing for today was a zumba class. I did not last half an hour but it ...
... has 174 campsites plus a huge picnicking area along the beach with 5 parking lots. Hey Ben here, I thought it was about time to have a go at this blog writing thing, so I've taken over! Loz has pretty much covered a lot of our stay at Rathtrevor beach so I won't elaborate too much but we saw the deer again just cruisin though the camp ground. It's probably nothing special to see them for the locals but we don't see many of them at home so it's pretty cool! I guess its like ...
Today is lazy day and getting lost day! Have gone to two lectures, one on birds of Alaska and one on mammals of Alaska. Very informative. We have checked out every nook and cranny on the ship today. Also spent some dozing time on deck chairs.
Woke up this morning ...