Dalewood Inn

Address: 1703 Broughton Blvd., Port McNeill, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 1703 Broughton Blvd., Port McNeill.
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Travel Blogs from Port McNeill

Whittier to Mt McKinley Lodge

A travel blog entry by jaffajim on Jun 06, 2015

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... up here trying to find the North-west passage. Buses picked us up and took us to McKinley Princess Lodge. All this part of our trip is owned by Princess Cruises. Mt McKinley is 20 230 feet high and its base is at 1000 ft, which makes it higher than Everest, whose base is at 14000 feet. (They claim.) I ate Rudolph again for dinner: salmon chowder, reindeer meatloaf and huckleberry ice ...

Grizzlies in the Long Grass

A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on May 27, 2015

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... its way for about an hour and a half through the Georgia Strait and around the incredibly scenic San Juan Islands that form part of the Canadian/US border before docking at Swartz Bay on Vancouver Island. One of the remarkable things you notice about these islands is the violence of the current swirling between them. - There are alternating bands of dead calm and rivers of fast water which are suddenly disrupted by churning whirlpools and strong tidal surges that race along ...

Whales! Whales!

A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 03, 2014

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... and tide on the way up, but the wind had died down which meant we still had to work to get back to camp. We had bad whale luck on the way home and despite a tip from Eagle Eye that some whales might be headed our way we didn't see anything. We rafted up and anchored to some bull kelp to wait to see if the whales would catch up. We told terrible jokes to each other and snacked, but alas, no orcas showed.

Back at camp, as the super trio ...

Eagle Eye

A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 02, 2014

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... out in the moonlight. It was really bright but we couldn't quite make them out. It was late and we needed an excuse to go to bed so everyone quietly made their way to the tents to try to rest.

That night we could hear the low hum of diesel engines in the distance. One of the only unfortunate strokes of luck we had was that every so often, the government issues brief fishing passes to fisherman to catch salmon at the Robson Bight. Being a city dweller ...

Bears Bears Bears

A travel blog entry by lmc193 on Jun 24, 2013

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... everyday and take logs which they submit to he government to continue the protective status of the area!
We then saw the big male of the area, Abraham, chasing the female Lenor (who had abandoned the two young female)! Its rare to see the big males as they keep out of site of humans, but it was breeding season and so he was stalking the female! He was massive! I really need to get a decent camera, one of those with 10meter lenses as mine are rubbish for zooming in! One ...