BC Ferries has just announced that they will have a Summer Discount for extra-length passenger and Recreational Vehicles on later sailings along the:
Tsawwassen- Swartz Bay Route
Tsawwassen to Duke Point Ferry routes on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Starting on June 18 - September 6th, these vehicle types will pay $2.00 per additional foot instead of $6.10 per additional foot - a savings of $4.10/ foot!!!
So just on Wednesday and Saturday - but only after 4p.m. You can reserve - so make your plans!
For more information go to : http://bcferries.com/bcferries/faces/attachments?id=851594
Monday, June 23, 2014
Monday, June 2, 2014
Saturday was our day to make a run from the Park to Art Knapp in Courtenay to get the 'Summer Flowers'. It is our late Spring/ early Summer ritual that we go through every year at this time. It is always a lot of work... but so worth it!
Thursday, March 13, 2014
At 6 ish this morning - looking out from our Cottage deck to Quadra Island and the ocean. Everything was bathed in vibrant colour! Spring is on it's way! Warmer days are coming!
Just 4 days ago it looked and smelled like the beginning of our Pacific Spring. The amazing fellows of the Wounded Warrior Run B.C., left on a cool damp morning with a light wind. No Snow!
Yesterday that all changed! We are in the midst of a winter wonderland! Island style - it should be gone in a day or two!
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Early this morning they were off again on the Wounded Warrior Run B.C.
With a cool breeze and cloudy skies they left about 8 am, on their way to Courtenay and Comox for the third leg of their Run.
Eight hardy souls - a combination of runners and support crew, running from Port Hardy to Victoria in one week. A huge challenge for a great cause! Supporting our Canadian soldiers with this First Annual Run.
We are pleased to have provided four warm and cozy Cottages for the whole crew last night and wish them well as they continue their journey South.
Please check out their Facebook page "Wounded Warrior Run BC" and show your support!
Looking out to Cape Mudge Lighthouse- dry and sunny in the late morning for their run South to Courtenay
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
The second shot is looking South to Georgia Strait from Birds Eye Cove. A beautiful winter afternoon. Warm and sunny. Birds Eye Cove is about 2 3/4 hours south of Driftwood by the Sea. If you are heading South to Victoria - it is just off the beaten path.