The Old Courthouse Inn
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Powell River
... be afloat. These ships form a massive floating
breakwater on the Malaspina Strait in the city of Powell River
in British Columbia, Canada. (http://www.concreteships.org/ships/pow ellriver/)
Wish you were here to hike with me!
... then gave us a bit of an island tour and took us to a beautiful beach, Hagues Beach. We almost missed this ferry, but somehow they made a little more room! The islands around here are incredible. I'd say this is even nicer than Denman and Hornby Islands. Some areas remind me a little of the Parry Sound/Kilbear area....rocky islands, lots of trees. I'm pretty convinced that this is where we should sail on our first year off. But how to get the boat out here? I'm ...
... was party mode, non-stop until the early hours. Had a ball, so much food and drink, family and friends! Justin, our adopted Canadian son was there with his mum and dad so there was lots of reminiscing about his and Hanlon’s visit. He says hi to everyone and yes, we did get to try his dad’s pickled prawns. Delicious!
Got a cab home. The poor driver really didn’t know what to make of us. I imagine ...
... not discussed in those days.
It was Canada Day so there was lots of celebrations with flags and people dressed in the national colours walking around town. At 10pm there was a fireworks show which I believe was for my birthday but everyone else said was for Canada Day.
... but it notices us when we are still a couple hundred feet away. He slowly ambles back into the forest and Yannick is only able to snap a distant butt shot of the bear with his camera. Wow, we saw a black bear...bears are real! Now we just need to see a sasquatch! (This area happens to have the most reports of Big Foot sightings.) As we paddle along, the only interesting thing we see is a live logging operation though.
It is now noon and we are ...