Sand Pebbles Inn
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... the harbour and a visit to the First Nation Gift Shop before visiting Carol. She suggest that we take time to visit the museum as well and we took her advice.
The Campbell River Museum has excellent exhibits featuring the indigenous peoples and the lumbering, fishing and mining activities that form the backbone of the economy of the area. A video about the 'largest non-nuclear peacetime explosion' ...
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 ...
... a much needed stroll. Back at camp we prepared the halibut for dinner using a recipe from the Lepp Family—Schezwan Crusted Halibut. It was easy to prepare and delicious with some left over despite eating our fill.
The park ranger stopped by to register us around 8 PM and told us we were lucky to be in the best site in the campground as it is nearly always occupied. He also told us most weeks ...
Not used to double beds a little small for us but nice, cosy and close up. Very tired and had a good nights sleep. We are all early rises and like our coffees and tea in bed before getting up for breakfast. Poor Terry was diagnosed as celiac and is on a special diet of no wheat or gluten so we had lovely muesli with nuts, seeds, fresh raspberries, blueberries from the garden.
Today we are going hiking in the Strathcona ...
... 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 ...