Florencia Bay Hideaway
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Thought it was about time I did another blog post ☺
Everything is going well here, the days are cold but very sunny. So hopefully this is the last of the rain but I think that might just be wishful thinking.
Just finished up a job last week and waiting for my next one to start which should be some time next week.
Tom's well, working hard and pulling the occasional all nighter still.
Tom just ...
... trail to we came across an automated lighthouse. Sarah commented it was a lot smaller than st. Mary's in Whitley bay which was true although Stuart thought it was still impressive. Sarah and Harrison climbed a tree which had a branch shaped just like a swing. Harrison then befriended Don who spent most the rest of the walk with him on his shoulders!! We saw lots of 'old mans beard' ... A kind of moss that hangs from ...
... with their dog Brisco a beautiful Labrador while I was writing in their Guest Book (gave Audrey and Keith a good write up).
Thanked Audrey for a lovely stay and she gave us a list of places to visit on our way to Ecluelet. Jill the GPS is ready to take us to our first port of call at Parksville so on the road again. The photos here are what we see when driving so we won’t be ...
... out. We didn’t know much about the place other than it was a good place to buy supplies for Strathcona Provincial Park, so we took a walk towards Discovery Pier. What we discovered that it was the 25th anniversary of this tiny fishing pier was the first purpose built saltwater fishing pier in Canada and to celebrate there was free cake and icecream. I decided to upgrade to the waffle cone for an extra twoonie and when it was brought out to me it ...
Hadn't seen my cousin Bob Edy's new digs in Ucluelet so thought I'd drive to Uki and pay him a visit. Hadn't been there since I quick salmon fishing back in '80. Couldn't believe how that place had changed. It is no longer a small backwater fishing village but a thriving tourist centre. Who would have thought it!
Now they have new condos, whale watching, cater to sports fishermen new and vary nice hotels in the area. Still rains too much but that's the ...