Little Inn on Willow

Address: 9847 Willow, Chemainus, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0R 1K0, Canada | Inn
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Home Fires

A travel blog entry by another-sky on Dec 17, 2013

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... of sadness. Thud. Home again.

But we are home again. In many ways, it is easy and in fact important to come home to the smells and sounds of Christmas - one of the first things I did was to light the wood stove and allow myself to be hypnotized by the enchanting dance of flames, eyes growing heavy in the soporific radiant heat. The Nativity is on the mantle, the angel choir in the window, carols on the ...

A water day.

A travel blog entry by averyinbc on Jul 17, 2013

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... kayaking back to the Harbour beach one of the guides who loved I mean LOVED starfish (or as you're supposed to call them, seastars) Found an enormous one that I named Neville. We didn't kill the the starfish but wwe still got to hold him. It wasn't my first time kayaking but it was still really fun! I really enjoyed kayaking.

After the kayaking we were all exhausted but Dad ...

Rosebud's Sister Town

A travel blog entry by bornactor on Feb 19, 2013

... a bed. I was in a room with Stuart and John. I had mentioned that i wanted to be on the bed. John said he wanted the pull out couch, because usually the beds were too soft. Stuart wanted the floor, so i got the entire bed to myself. I felt bad, but they were adamant about where they were sleeping.

At 1:50, we met to go to the Voice and Acting workshop. It wasn't that far away, right across the parking lot. So we headed over to ...

Last day on Vancouver Island

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Oct 11, 2012

1 comment, 17 photos

... lumber mill and miles of logs are floating in the water, waiting to be hauled into the mill. We were here in the mid 1990’s and besides the murals I remember the factory tour of the local lumber mill. Unfortunately the mill has been modernized and automated and factory tours are not offered. Very disappointing.

We arrived at our campsite in the early afternoon ...

Alternate Headspace

A travel blog entry by kitestrings on Jun 27, 2012

... country, and the worst thing that's happened is they took away a jar of my jam. That's pretty good I'd say :) I'll be in Kelowna in two hours. It's good to be on Canadian soil and the view of the mountains coming in was insane. I haven't seen mountains in a long while.

To anyone in Bristol (or now back in various homes) reading this, lots of Vancouver soon-to-be-Kelowna love to all of you - I will write a last concluding post tomorrow,

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