Eagle Nook Resort & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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April Fools started out as a very lazy day - no fooling. Also a sad day here at Reef Point, full of emotions, but a good opportunity for talking. I headed out for a walk and met Yvonne who owns the units next door. We had a lengthy chat while she waited for a hot tub to fill and then she showed me one of the units she is renting. I now have an in here in the future. After ...
The rain has stopped but the trees are sparkling with moisture as huge drops of water fall off the branches. Mist rises from the inlet below us as the sun breaks through the clouds. As we head north toward Tofino we encounter driving rain and then sunshine. When we stop at Incinerator Rock for a walk on the beach there is blue sky to the west and dark grey to the North. There is a plaque on the rock in front of us entitled "Whales" - ...
We awoke to driving rain in the morning but Brianna was not deterred from a soak in the hot tub. I could sit in my comfy chair watching the sheets of rain blowing in the inlet. By afternoon the wind had died but the rain continued, so TV, magazines and novels were the order of the day. The fireplace kept us toasty warm. Ucluelet is a First Nations word meaning"safe harbour". There is evidence of ...
... and anchored for some halibut. Not so great weather now, and the shorts and t-shirt had longs and a jersey added to them. The wind got up a bit too and every now and again we were bobbing around, and yet today I felt fine?! We all put the world to rights (as you do when you're waiting for fish to bite) and the first rod to bend was mine - eeek! So I followed instructions, did what I was told and hauled in a sand shark (which at about 5 feet long weighed as much ...
... due to logging going on it was closed. So we chose another shorter walk passing some very nice houses to another look out, but trees were so full of leaves that you couldn't see the view anymore. We decided to walk along the train tracks back to the house via the bridge that we saw earlier, which was a little scary as it was rather high up and we wouldn't have much room if the train came along. We got back safe and sound and then spent a few hours sitting in the garden reading in the ...