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

Happy 21st birthday to Brittany on the Wonder!

A travel blog entry by sdbaker99 on Jul 07, 2015

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... no longer eat one more thing – even the boys.

After our delicious brunch we enjoyed some deck time before going back to the cabins to change. After the boys came over to my parents cabin and we all enjoyed watching the amazing scenery from the two verandahs. At some point, I thought I saw a speed boat break over a whitecap – but the sea was fairly calm and I thought could that be a whale? Sure enough it began (really continued to) ...

On ship

A travel blog entry by jaffajim on Jun 04, 2015

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... when they found out how difficult the trip was, so they camped just outside Skagway and got stories second hand from people passing through, and pretended it had happened to them. Saw a mother bear and 2 cubs right beside the bitumen on the way back down the mountain. Bus stopped right beside them for photos. In the afternoon, had a 20 minute helicopter ride out to a glacier. They dropped us off there for an hour's guided ...

Whales! Whales!

A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 03, 2014

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... Tom, Ryan, Jess and I decided to jump from the cliff for a refreshing 55 degree dip. While some of us freshened up and other soaked in the hot tub we scored some wildlife points. We heard the rush of air that usually means a whale but instead saw a massive, I'm guessing 600-700lb stellar sea lion heading west with some real purpose. After diving down briefly, he'd come up for a loud breath and head back down again. Once he was even with our group we ...

. . . native anchorage, Village Island

A travel blog entry by tricab on Jul 07, 2014

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... then we went into the area of the community waterfront. This was apparently the last native community to have the traditional potlatch before it was declared unlawful. It had been occupied for hundreds of years by the hunter/gatherer Haida.


A further embarrassing, excess of prawns were eaten and the day ended perfectly on the upper ...

Dwarfed by the World's Largest Burl!

A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality on Apr 30, 2012

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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 ...