Monthly Archives: May 2017

Walking Holidays on the Sunshine Coast – # 5 – The Sechelt Seawall

The seawall in front of Sechelt is one of my favourite walks and I visit it throughout the year. I captured this winter sunrise a few years ago and love its intense colours.

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Coracle Cove – hot tub offers more than a great view

A recent Trip Advisor review for Coracle Cove was headlined “Best view from a hot tub in BC!”  We’ll let you look at the accompanying picture and you can judge for yourself, but as you read this blog, we hope … Continue reading

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Searching for trolls along Chapman Creek

  Last winter, heavy rainfalls overloaded Chapman Creek, causing it to spill over its banks in some sections and washing out part of the trail. That section of the trail has now been bypassed, with a new pathway and a serious set … Continue reading

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The restaurants we enjoy in Sechelt

  Sheila & I love to cook and when we go out for dinner the bar is always high.  The restaurants in this list are the ones that we enjoy, so we’re comfortable recommending them.   I’ve included TripAdvisor ratings to add a more measured perspective, but one … Continue reading

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72 hours on the Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast is still a bit of a secret – endless stretches of craggy coastline, winding trails through verdant green forests, and a laid back vibe, called coastal time that compels you to slow down. But if all you’ve got is precious little time, how do you … Continue reading

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