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Sunshine Coast and my weird summer The summer of has been probably the most unusual one in my life. It started out well. We planned to end up on Texada Island, the largest of the Canadian gulf islands, and a trip that required 3 ferries to get there.
Fortunately, we made it to one. We headed north on Rt. We stayed at the Cedars Inn and Convention Centre in Gibsons, clearly a budget accommodation, but everything else around there was surprisingly expensive. Gibsons was a cute town, but tiny. We had breakfast at the Black Bean Roasting Co.
The next major town was Sechelt. We went on several boardwalks through ghostly clumps of trees over black-water fens, coming out into more forested up-and-down paths through openings in the rocks and up staircases of railroad ties on the steepest inclines.
There were lots of mini-coves plus arbutus trees, which looked just like our madronas. There was a zillion viewpoints of the Strait and Vancouver Island lurking like a blue shadow to the west. This was on a Sunday, and the further north we drove, the less signage we found that led to anywhere.
Some of the signs were truly outdated, which led us on some rabbit trails when it came to looking for a lunch spot. Then it started to rain. Veeka outside our cabin on Texada island The next day, I took Veeka for a hike on Valentine mountain above Powell River, which was quite pleasant and had nice views.
There were stone steps to get to the viewpoint and we could wander about to other viewpoints in all directions. Powell River was not what appeared to be in the brochures in that it too was a bit underdeveloped. The really interesting thing to do in these parts is to hike the Sunshine Coast Traila kilometer trail in the back country east of Powell River.
The following day, we took ferry 3 to Texada, landing at Blubber Bay. We headed for another Airbnb spot in Van Anda, which is the largest town in those parts. Turtle crossing on Texada island. Like I said, life is slow there. It was a sunny day, so we headed for the beach at Shelter Point Regional Park.
It had the nicest concession stand with lots of creative, nice food — for a remote island — like some fish and chips for Veeka and some kind of cheese-toast concoction for me and an oyster burger for Joey; great pies, including blueberry, pecan and chocolate cream.
The water was cold and the beaches were rocky. The next day, we visited the local museum, an attractive hodgepodge of history in several rooms.
A curator called Doug showed us around and told us that limestone was still being quarried there and that in10 million tons a year were quarried.Essay on Personal Narrative: My Journey to Literacy - My achievement of becoming literate in both English and Spanish, after overcoming a myriad of obstacles distinguishes my literacy history.
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