Cox Bay Beach Resort
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... slum it for dessert. Using our handy campfire toasters we used some sourdough rolls from The Common Loaf to make fresh strawberry pie. We just happened to have some vanilla bean ice cream in the freezer from Tofino Chocolate to make a great combination of warm pie and ice cream. You will probably want to start "camping" with us after reading this. We will keep you posted about future trips and maybe you can join ...
... on World Cup. Canadian vineyards do produce some decent red wines but you can only buy alcohol from a liquor store which makes you feel like you are doing something illegal by crossing the threshold. A far cry from the experience of Oddbins. Whatever happened to the off licence?
Contemplating a trip to the Rainforest tomorrow. Not often you can say that, whether you are clogging or not.
PS. Photo of house for Alona
My cousin from Oregon arrived last Monday for a visit. It is great to have someone to hang with and be a tour guide for.
The first thing I had him do was to hike in the park by my house (Doug and Jaquie's house but I think of it as mine). You can see that we have a bit of snow that stayed for about ...
... a muffin to eat while the washing was on. The chap next door at Murrays Lucky Dollar was very strange had to go there for change for the Dryer 25cents (quarter) for three minutes of drying. You find very weird people in Laundromat's.
Late quick BBQ cooked all the pork used some for our sandwiches tomorrow and off to bed for a early start tomorrow. Didn't want to miss Darryl at Buckley Bay it is about a three hour drive ...
... of strangers!
You start with a hot waterfall. Almost too hot for me, and I’m a lover of really long hot showers. It tumbles over at 50 degrees though, having been heated 5km below. The water then makes its way through three small pools, which get cooler as you go.
I loved them, but the afternoon was all about the journey, and not the destination. The springs just a small refreshing interlude rather than the main event.
By total ...