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

Whales! Whales!

A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 03, 2014

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... had been abandoned around a hundred years ago. The trails and clearings still existed and obviously were still occasionally used to this day.

We wondered around the forest keeping our eyes peeled for cougars and bears that might leap out and eat us, but we didn't see any. The guides prepared lunch, and while we weren't looking Todd had snuck over to a few local fishing boats who had temporarily docked in the bay. Todd knew one of the ...

Eagle Eye

A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 02, 2014

14 photos

... Krista, Cheryl, Ryan and Jess, who all wandered to the edge of camp for a quick dip as well. If anything it was refreshing, but you wouldn't last more than 5 or 10 minutes before you would die from hyperthermia. No joke. The next day we measured the water temperature at 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

The jack-of-all trades trio of Lee, Fia, and Todd cooked up a delicious Thai/Indian curry dish that everyone wolfed down happily. How did they make such good ...

. . . native anchorage, Village Island

A travel blog entry by tricab on Jul 07, 2014

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Monday, July 7 . . . Village Island . . . Mamalilaculla 5037.37’N 12634.86W

After a short 2 hour transit in overcast conditions, our attempt to raise the watchman/guide for the abandoned village of Mamalilakula was unsuccessful. We contented ourselves with a paddle in the afternoon sunshine from our anchorage ...

Another Wow Day

A travel blog entry by mercers on Jul 01, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... 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 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 ...