Tofino Inlet Cottages aka The Mini Motel
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... legs. Repeat for other side and then clean. Discard the shell
In a large pot with two inches of water, steam the crab for 5-7 minutes. Remove and allow to cool.
Sit down with some good music and remove the meat. Be patient and have fun.
Once completed place a spoonful of crab on the crepes and serve.
... town to a restaurant called Shelter, which had been highly recommended by Nicky and Chris at Harvey House. The recommendation was much appreciated as it was excellent! We'd pre-booked and dropped the 'we're on honeymoon' bomb on them - not sure whether that helped but we ended up with a lovely patio seat with a harbour view. Chelle had a salmon/rice/vegetable dish, Tim had mussels and fries, washed down with yet more fine ...
... car bound for Courtney. Harrison wasn't great in the ride at first and was a little travel sick but after a while he was ok and fell asleep. after 3 hrs or so we arrived at the king fisher spa where they were booked in. Whilst waiting Harrison and Stuart filled in time playing footy ball and hide and seek and generally messing about on the grass. As we headed towards the beach we even saw a snake. It was the first snake Stuart had ever seen outside a pet ...
... gear but first we had to get to where the fish were.
We sailed sedately out of the harbour, then a bit faster. Once we had cleared the shore waters, Al suggested we went a bit faster. Well, we were clinging to the seats after a minute or two as the boat shot across the water, leaping over the surface and slamming into the waves. We had eaten breakfast and all went a bit grey at the gills as we were thrown around and splashed.
This somewhat scary ordeal went on ...
... the local history and characters.
Dropped into Little Qualicum Falls, but didn't walk down to have a look. A little further up the road we stopped at Cathedral Grove where there are very old Douglas Firs. A beautiful little walk, steam coming off the old logs and moss hanging from the trees.
It was a beautiful day, compared with the rain we had when we arrived the night before. Sun was out and temp ...