Sunset Marine Resort
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Hurricane Ridge is a road in the park that takes you to the trail head for a 1.2 mile, each way, 700 ft gain hike. Panoramic views are guaranteed as long as it is clear. With iffy weather coming later in the week, today's forecast is supposed to be the most promising so up to Hurricane Ridge we went.
We had an incredibly situated picnic before setting out for a fairly challenging hike. We were rewarded with one of the most (if not the most) beautiful hikes we have ever been ...
A walk down to the supermarket saw us stocking up on food and wine which lasted both nights and another party in the Bradley's room.
Peter decided that a bag of 12 oysters was going to be consumed, this was risky but turned out fine no poisoning and only cost $8.00, bargin. Getting them open was a whole other thing.
Bonus sleep in as well... ...
... but we decided we wanted to explore more of the town so forfeited this opportunity. Whilst at the visitors centre we spotted a sign from one of the orca whale watching companies which said that orcas had been spotted today. Curious, especially since we were yet to see any during our travels, we enquired about where and precisely how many orcas had been spotted today. We were informed that the 3 resident packs of orcas..orcas which stay around Vancouver island and ...
Our fav foods on the trip:
Cheese, cream puff, snickerdoodle (cookie), icecream, lobster, lobster roll, crab, crab cakes, seafood, seafood chowder, New York cheesecake, NY pizza, Limburger cheese, chocolate, pumpkin soda, iceburg beer, Wisconsin Ale, beaver tail, philly cheese steak,
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Arriving home is like landing your spaceship after months of interstellar travel. Your time space continuum is all ****** up. The first two weeks go by like white on rice-in a flash, Uncle Ben's style.
You see people, they see you. It's a blur of conscious talkings with people, recitations of journeys large and small, thick and thin.
You come home and realize how lucky you are to live where you do, until you have ...