North Shore Inn
Travel Blogs from Port Hardy
... years ago.
As I exited the plane the co-pilot asked how I liked the flight and I told him that I loved it! Love the little planes. When he asked why I told him that many years ago I was flying with a current pilot’s license. He told me to get back flying. Maybe I will someday!!
Bekki and Emilio picked me up at the airport. We made a couple of stops then went to the Bed and Breakfast place where Bekki ...
... of 90. My Gramma was the ultimate grandmother. As Sarah said, she would have been proud of us even if we had been serial killers. She would have kept the newspaper clippings and bragged to her friends that we were the BEST serial killers out there. My Gramma had photos of her grandkids in EVERY room in her home (except the bathroom - yes, even the kitchen). I had planned to see her after my trip to Copenhagen. After looking at flights, costs, dogsitters, and everything else, ...
Well I was able to get on a ferry from Prince Rupert to Port Hardy which is on Vancouver island. This is a 15 hour trip along the inside passage. The reason for this switch to this route included saving 1600 miles of travel from Prince Rupert to Seattle. along with fuel, food and accommodations. So the cost is about the same and the time is close to the same because I have to wait on day to catch this ...
... for you. As if it couldn’t get any better we journeyed to the Pacific side of Vancouver Island to a place called Ucluelet which was literally awash with eagles, deer, and sea lions, and we even had a close encounter with a wolf which the bloke said was domesticated, but that didn’t make us want to give it a pat in any way shape or form.
Now it’s on to Port Hardy for our "cruise" up the Inner Passage. All we are hoping for is a cessation to the ...
... asked, quickly identified that it wasn’t a “bear incident” as had occurred several years before when a woman and child were being mauled on the path down to the hot springs and a man tried to help out and ended up getting attacked by the bear and died. Fortunately the woman and child escaped and ended up surviving. This we had heard when we were there the first time around.
Needless to say, we drove onward and passed by several ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed