Cable Cove Inn
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... heat, stirring occasionally, until browned, 2 to 3 minutes. Add water, oregano, honey, cumin, and reserved bones and simmer, uncovered, 20 minutes. Discard bones.
Blend broth mixture with softened chile and 1/4 teaspoon salt in blender until very smooth (use caution when blending hot liquids). Transfer purée to saucepan. Add hominy and shredded duck meat and simmer, covered, 10 minutes. Stir in cilantro and salt to taste, then serve topped with duck ...
But there is more...... hiking, just being here, having time to read books, to plan as we go along, waking up one morning and not knowing where you will be that night, campfires, smores, OMSI science centre, a floating art island and veggie gardens, camp hosts, kind people, libraries, free wiifi.
I don't have an inspiring quote to leave you all but found a great book. "The book of (even more) awesome" by NeilPasricha, he is ...
... to our captain, Chris, and made a quick exit from the bay in our zodiac boat (a rigid-hulled inflatable boat (RHIB) - light but strong, so good and fast!). In no time, we were out of the speed restriction area and up to full speed (probably about 60 knots), although were soon going much slower due to the very choppy seas that needed some care to navigate through. We were soon in a nearby bay where a collection of other boats ...
... phone call with Marjie about halibut. i had to make my own lunch and this is what it contained. I poured out a packet of raisins on the plate and i found two pieces of bread and put them on the sides and then i put a cookie in the middle.
Speaking of which i thought of a name for our new dog which is Cookie. everyone agreed we could call her that but we mustn't eat her.
later on Marjie and Baxter the dog dropped off some halibut which i think ...
... drive back shorter which was good as I was fading.
I finally made it here and after a shower, change of clothes felt human again. James had the night off so we went to his restaurant Sobo to enjoy a feast, best oysters ever. From there headed to a bar called shelters where all the people in hospitality go after their shift.
As you would expect a large crowd of people most of whom knew james and were expecting my arrival. The beer, wine and ...