Campbell River Lodge, Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Campbell River
... to form an L shape. It was quite an interesting place.
The last home we drove up to, and like the last house in Enderby, the photo didn’t match the house. I wasn’t feeling the love. We started to leave but then just decided why not see it. As it turns out, this house has lots of potential too, lots of bedrooms, land and the price is great.
We went back to our RV with lots of ...
... a good half hour with many photo opportunities, but you had to be quick - I should have put the burst feature on....
Got back to dock around 5:30pm and found a Bistro. A couple of glasses of red just hit the spot and tried their honey garlic chicken wings for entree and the lemon salmon, veg and salad -yum!
Taxi back to Money Pennies and showed the girls some travel picks and exchanged lots of information.
A very memorable day ...
... who have built their own personal holiday homes/semi-resorts in the area. Dennis Washington (a construction mogul worth approx $6 bn) and the Richie brothers, who apparently rival Sothebys in the auction arena. All I can say is "oh, how the other half live". Both had huge houses with additional waterfront dining areas/accommodations and the requisite boy-toys: boats, seaplanes, helicopters and, in the case of Dennis Washington, ...
Had a nice sleep in then we all got up and had some breakfast. Sarah helped Mel make the waffles so we were all ready for another awesome day. We drove up the road to an open clearing in the forestry area where we got to all have a turn firing Jesse and Miranda's guns. First we had a turn of the semi automatic 22, then Miranda's 12 gage shot gun. It's a pink girls guns which is pretty neat. Jesse had brought it last year as her Christmas present. The last gun we shot was Jesses ...
... nap, ice cream and stories, cars, pairs game, walk with trailer and toys, saw 2 deer, a dog on a bike, played in the boat at the coffee shop, ate a free homemade strawberry popsicle, spotted an owl on a chimney, fishing game and pairs again before dinner.
The rest of us went down to the harbour for our 6 hour Whale Adventure (turned into 7.5hours) with a company called Aboriginal Journeys. There were 9 adults and one baby on the ...