Redford Motel & R.V. Campground
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I got more used to the relaxed driving mentality. It was about an hour and a half drive from Duncan to Cathedral grove. On the way there we took a slight detour into Coombs to visit a country market store that has a unique twist. Their roof is a living roof full of grass and how do they keep that grass short and neat? Why goats of course! Yes there is goats living on the roof of this place. The store itself was buzzing with people and was full of unique ...
... museum and display of very important potlatch objects that were essentially stolen from the people when potlatch was outlawed. When potlatch was no longer outlawed in 1950, a whole generation was unfamiliar with this important culture. Fortunately some elders could lead the people. But their items were not returned to the First Nations for another 50 years ...a very ...
I woke up around 9:30 this morning, ate an oatmeal raspberry muffin, made some tea and sat back down at the dock with my iPod and laptop until others joined me. I went inside after a little while and helped Megan make some bacon and also some different flavored pancakes filled with fresh raspberry, blueberry, banana, or M&M peanut. We set the table and us two families had a nice breakfast together. After ...
... Pacifique et faisant partie du Pacific Rim National Park. Le café à bord était excellent, les paysages idylliques, la navigation paisible, j'ai eu pour quelques heures mon petit bout de paradis à moi. :)
On my first trip to BC I had really followed the standard tourist circuit: Vancouver, Victoria, little train to Nanaimo, then Tofino, the Clayoquot Sound and the Pacific Rim National Park, then back to Vancouver. The little train was great with plenty of ...
... retirement. They liked the term but told me that in North America they'd be called 'snow birds' because when it snows they fly south. We found the different terms equally humorous and she liked the Australian term so much she planned to tell a few of her friends as they'd also get a good laugh out of it.
During all this, every now and then, I'd feel a soft but firm nudge on my thigh and it was their dog extending his paw, his signal to me that he wanted another pat. A ...