Sand Pebbles Inn
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The plan was to catch the 7:34 bus to arrive at Horseshoe Bay at 8:13 in order to catch the Nanaimo ferry at 8:30- 17 minutes to get tickets and get to the ferry. Thankfully everyone was up early and we caught the earlier bus at at 8:04. This turned out to be a good thing since we were sitting on the ferry as it was starting to leave harbour just as the 8:13 bus was arriving-too late. The next ferry was in 2 hours.
I would give full kudos to BC Ferry as ...
... begging for a walk we headed out to explore the falls. Walking to the most upriver foot-bridge we passed only one occupied camp. Being alone in such a large space was quiet, peaceful and much appreciated. We crossed the river and followed a rough trail of rocks and tree roots. Just above the upper falls the river pooled into a moderate basin where we were greeted by a Nuthatch and couple of ...
I was up and having another look at the puzzle we started yesterday when the others emerged. I had made enough progress to make a solution look possible.
We loaded caches for where Jacqueline was intending to take us – she had them already on her machine. Then we headed for Mount Washington to see the Fall colours after a short drive around the Comox Valley. We had hoped to do a night cache here but the forecast for the day was not great.
... getting to the highways without Jill. Finally reached the Petro Canada Petrol Station next to the Ferry Terminal with an hour to spare. Walked down to the waters edge along the pebble beach watched the cars drive onto the BC Ferry to go over to Denman Island then onto Hornby Island. Darryl arrived dead on 12.30pm and we had our photo taken as you can see me receiving our blue folder with ...
... Then, it’s back north to the beach. Ah, which beach are we going to? “The main one where everyone goes.” Which one is that? “You’ll know it when you see it.” We take a likely road into the forest and end up in one of those hidden bits of woodland suburbia where everyone knows one another, and nobody trusts strangers. David plucks up the courage to ask directions from a lady who may ...