McNeill's Inn On The Harborfront
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... to call out a greeting to him. Just before diving back down he heard us and turned to face us to see what was going on. It was a great interaction and he looked at us with what appeared to be genuine curiosity for a few seconds, but then his desire to get where he needed to go superseded his interest and he headed on, out of site.
That night the guides prepared burritos and before serving us posed with sombreros and Fia donned a ...
With our bellies full of blackberry coffee cake and eggs thanks to Susan at the Harbor House, we piled into The White Lightening and The Silver Bullet and headed for the ferry dock where we were to meet our Spirit Of The West guides. Shortly after 8:30 AM Todd, Fia and Lee rolled in with their van and we began to help them unload the massive amount of gear we would need for our "expedition." We walked down the metal pier with plastic totes and bags of supplies. There ...
... but were premature and as we walked the dock and looked at the nice helicopters and float planes among the yachts, we decided that, amidst the bunting and stars and stripes costuming, we were unlikely to contribute much to the celebrations.
We did get a tour of a beautifully restored 1920’s yacht herein described in pics.
Saturday . . . night ...
... a few hours before our Whale Watch Tour.
Fortunately, the Whale Watching Tours were still running - so we booked ourselves a seat for the Sunday tour. It was absolutely amazing! Humpbacks, Orca, Bald Eagles, Dolphin & Porpoise (some photos attached). It was bitterly cold and rainy (so kinda like home then!) - Becky's finger was stuck in the 'take-a-photo-with-the-camera' position for hours afterwards!!
... that travels every year, since 10 years, with their sailing boat around the islands. They also invited us on their boat!
And we also met a very nice young couple from Victoria. We were at the same level right away and spend a nice evening. They gave us very helpful hints where to travel and stay with the campervan traveling from Vancouver to Calgary.
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1703 Broughton Blvd., Port McNeill | Innfrom $80