Dalewood Inn

1703 Broughton Blvd., Port McNeill, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | Inn
Prices starting from $80.00

Travel Blogs from Port McNeill

Next and belated

A travel blog entry by tricab


... home to Billy Procter, a logger, fisher and archivist of local lore and artifacts, such as he enthusiastically displays in his museum. 50 years in his little house on this tiny bay have given him a unique perspective on his 75 years of life experiences. He revels in the role of the raconteur and his company is eagerly sought by many passing boaters. We were fortunate to catch him at home, as he awaits the imminent opening of the sockeye ...

Orcas, Humpbacks and Stellar Sea Lions

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm


... active people. I would urge you to visit if you have never seen this part of BC!

Our cottage partners, Jeff and Marianne have lived on Malcolm Island since 1983, when Jeff
found an articling position with a law firm in Port McNeil and stayed to establish his own practice in McNeil, Port Hardy and Alert Bay. In 2007, Jeff and Marianne sold their house right in the town of Sointula and started building their dream house on 10 acres across from the beach in Mitchell ...

Another Wow Day

A travel blog entry by mercers


... It seems this is about a year early. We then went for lunch on the pontoon and saw the mother come out of the forest. She was followed by her 2 cubs. Although they were following at a distance. It seems last week the mother had been chasing them off. We then went to the other side of the estuary and saw 2 male cubs about 3 years old. It seems last week there were 3 of them but sadly one seems to have been lost. Of the other ...

Dwarfed by the World's Largest Burl!

A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality


I meet a pretty cool guy on the bus to McNeill. He works as a disability-persons carer and was looking after a man with a mental condition of some kind, I think it was autism.

He directs me towards the town's biggest (literally) attraction - the World's Largest Burl.

I lug my gear in that direction, find it and agree that it is definitely big. Set up one bag in the rain to be used as a tripod and set my camera to take a ...

Up the strait (with a paddle...though nearly not)

A travel blog entry by squigglewiggle


... of course would be illegal so i wouldnt have done really....honest!). We also saw loads of bald eagles, salmon (everywhere), herring, porpoise (dunno which ones) - oh and we did see a black bear but that was just outside telegraph cove so not whilst we were kayaking. there were deer and mice too. oh an muhassive sea stars and urchins (which were quite happily munching away all the kelp forest) and crabs...ohh! and macroplankton! ...

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