Wednesday, June 18, 2008
BC's Sunshine Coast Shines
Rockwater Secret Cove Resort in Halfmoon Bay
My stay at Rockwater Secret Cove Resort is coming to an end. It's been a fun, fun three days.
We've done it all : kayaking, sailing, wining, dining and spa-ing.
It's a great spot for a getaway and I'll be back soon!
Later today I'll continue my carless Planes, Trains and Ferries journey as I take the bus and ferry to Victoria from Vancouver.
Nigel transports the day sailors from Rockwater.
"Put your left foot here, put your right foot..."
Debra, Janet, Sue and Cinda on board.
It turned out to be a great day for sailing.
Co-captain Chelsea is also a marine biologist.
Co-captain Nigel is a good guy to have on board.
Even with clouds, the Sunshine Coast is beautiful.
Our "campsites" from the water -- tres chic!
An aerial view of one of the 13 "tentalows."
All photos by Sue Frause
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