Cable Cove Inn
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... I am not sure what you would do when the tide was in. MacKenzie Beach - I explored this one on my own on Tuesday night. Incredible sunset! Rugged rocks to explore, and again, there were a couple places to stay right on the beach that would be cool to check out. This beach was quite protected, and as soon as the sun went down there were at least 15 campfires on the beach going! So cool!! Tonquin - It's a few minute trek through ...
... She was on the beach looking for food and the cubs were way up high in a nearby tree. We could see them moving around on the branches. When we went back to that one a little bit later, the mother was in the tree too on a lower branch!!! We saw two bears together who, at one point, had a little scrap over some food. The last bear we saw was much bigger than the rest and looked as though he had ...
- 1/2 to 1lb (about 15) Jumbo Prawns. Shell-on, thawed
- 5 Cedar wraps/ cedar papers
- 2 Tablespoons of olive oil
- 6 Tablespoons Sriracha
- 2 cloves minced garlic
- 1 bunch fresh Thai Basil
- 1 lime
Mix olive oil with Sriracha until it has an ...
... reaching several viewpoints that provided striking views of the ocean waves crashing onto the rocks below. The weather was very placid compared to how it will be in storm season (peak timing December and January) but it was still impressive nevertheless. We paused at one of the viewpoints to have a small snack and Tim noticed some bald eagles a distance away on some rocks, so we decided to clamber down to see if we could get a closer ...
I thought you'all might be sicker than a mongoose's elbow see'in all them there pic chewers of us sat right down on beaches lookin all pretty n' all.
I accidentally turned on the "Deep South" spell checker on the ipad. Normal service has now resumed.
We have done little more than shop for food today so in fact a good opportunity to show you some shots of tofino itself and then us eating ...