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Travel Blogs from Qualicum Beach
... slower highway allowed us to enjoy the sunshine as it broke through the clouds, to see the Fanny Bay oyster beds and to generally get a feel for the Island. D' on made one comment about 'farming island style' as we passed fields with sheep, goats and alpacas. A newer four-lane highway 19 connects Campbell River to the southern portion of the island but is located through a more central valley and is meant ...
... at about 6pm. The bar opened at 6.15ish and appetizers were served at 6.30 pm, dinner at 7 pm and a talk given by one of the guides/ researchers at 8.30pm, then bed at about 10 pm and back up at 6am the next day to do it all over again but different tours. I think we had just the right amount of time. We got to see everything on offer but we couldn't have kept going for much longer! We met some great ...
... was: 7am Feed the sheep. At this time, there were 10 ewes, 2 rams and 45 lambs, not cute fluffy little things but 6 month old, 100lb plus lambs who loved nothing more than feeding time!! It was a frenzy of bleating, pushing, shoving, head butting in the back of your legs (mainly done by Evil 267!!), trying to eat the grain directly out of the bucket you are carrying and just general madness!! Once the grain was issued it was then ...
... for me even though the weather was quite warm). The environmental toilets reminded me of Colin Street in West Perth a bit on the nose but better than going in the bush for a pee. We really enjoyed the trail through the steep mountainsides and valleys but the only problem was all the dust you go on your trousers. Had to wash everything when we got back to the house.
Stopped off at the Comox Farmers Market for fruit and ...
... will take them to get there from the local station in Surrey (hmmm – I seem to remember the maroon team recommending a dry run yesterday, but …) There were lots of good intentions last night regarding saying early morning goodbyes to our companions but, well, you know, it is 5:00 AM after all. David and I therefore represent our respective families and not only go to the station, but stand on ...