Sand Pebbles Inn

Address: 2751 West Island Highway, Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, VC9 2C4, Canada | Motel
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      Leaving Knight Inlet

      A travel blog entry by mhkibblewhite on Sep 07, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... grizzlies on their own, mums and two cubs, mums and three cubs, a mum with four cubs, a few males, a few since females, three year old sisters... Some eating salmon, eating sedge, playing, walking, running, jumping. We never got sick of watching them and often we'd have two hours to watch along with just four other people.

    • We also saw orcas, humpback whales, seals, sea lions, dolphins, bald eagles, a ...

    • Sitting in the sun!!

      A travel blog entry by durango on Apr 30, 2014

      1 photo

      What a gorgeous morning to wake up to, the snow capped mountains on the Sunshine Coast & beyond! Sunscreen on & books out - life is good!! F18's out doing manoeuvres today! Straight up then back straight down repeated over & over again - the G forces must be tremendous! As they say in the states - The sound of ...

      Sea air at Seal Bay & walk through forest

      A travel blog entry by lilmont on Aug 13, 2013

      3 photos

      ... the other side and walking the trails to Melda's Marsh named after Melda Buchanan the first female Meteorologist in Canada and a staunt environmentalist. Had a little rest at the lake watched the ducks and saw where the beavers had mad a dam where the water is meant to flow under the bridge. Every time the people try to divert the water the beavers dam it up.

      Picked and ate a lot of wild ...

      Day 25 - An unexpected journey

      A travel blog entry by lamondg on Jul 10, 2013

      4 photos

      ... he calls “mutt ball” which consists of throwing small handfuls of the grey stuff at the legs of any adult too slow to get away. David and I are starting to relax, thinking we have dodged the predicted “unexpected journey” when we hear cries overhead. A pair of bald eagles swoop across on their way to look for fish. As if on cue, Kirsty looks across and comments “oh, about tomorrow ...

      Flappin' all the way to the USA! 1st Leg - Canada

      A travel blog entry by seveandnicky on Oct 11, 2011

      ... fish, at this point flapping for his life on the rocks, was trying frantically moving back into the water as I was jumping about shouting at Nicky!! As I realise I should be shooting this moment, the fish-shark slips back into the water. I missed the shot! However this was clearly a fish attack; I dealt with it like a man! We also got drunk on a floating pub which was odd but wicked; finished 3rd in the pub quiz & it only cost $6 for food and too much drink! Not sure ...