Redford Motel & R.V. Campground
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... in the day!!
So at 9pm we arrived at 'Canada's Ultimate Fishing Town'... and we don't even like fishing!!
A lovely Indian man greeted us at the reception of our Motel. He welcomed us warmly, told us he had upgraded us to a deluxe suite, and if we were hungry... the kitchen was still open and they were making fresh homemade pizzas. I've never wanted to hug and kiss an Indian man so much!! He was our ...
Sproat Lake – June 15-17, 2015
It’s warm and we didn’t come here for a long time – so time to do some more exploring around Paul Alberni and enjoy some swimming in the lake – at least that was the plan….
Shopping on route or not!
We decided we ...
... evacuated due to flooding. The pictures she uploaded really shocked me but a few days later she uploaded an interview done by the local TV station ( https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_ fbid=769241406463218&id=10000132098 1684) Watching this clip was so upsetting for me. I know how hard Jan works on her farm and it means the world to her. I am keeping my fingers crossed that she receives Provincial funding to help get her house and farm back to how it ...
... Dick, I'm sure) who got cut off and let go. Poo. Not the fish we were looking for. We only had Blair until about 2pm, and at 12:45 I was wondering if this was going to be a fishing, rather than catching, day. Then at about 5 to 1, Graeme's rod bent double and stayed that way, and Blair fed some more line out (which ensures the fish actually takes the hook) then he set the line and it was up to Graeme to pull it in. Well, for once, Graeme followed orders. It's ...
... trees are, but these straight old growth cedars are magnificent up close. The tall trees closely line the narrow winding road that is busy with tourists, local and large commercial traffic. We pulled into Cathedral Grove/MacMillian Provincial Park and spent an hour meandering through the paths, climbing on, under and in the trees that are in various stages of growth and decomposition.
Our next stop was lunch ...