On July 30 at 7PM the Musical Ride comes to Dempster Field in Gibsons, BC. This is the first appearance of the musical ride on Sunshine Coast in the history of the ride.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children.
All proceeds from Ticket sales will go to the St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation.
Information about the event and how to get tickets is available on the Sunshine Coast Rotary Facebook Page and Website.
Matters not whether you arrive in Madeira Park (Pender Harbour) by boat or car. The village is a riot of Colour.
Is that a UFO (unidentified floating object) or just a lousy picture of a cruise boat?
It is a lousy picture of a cruise boat. In this case it’s probably the Island Princess. It would have left Canada Place Pier about 630 PM, and now 2 hours later its almost directly off Secret Cove. The lousy photo was taken with my iPhone from Wakefield Beach.
Maybe we’ll go out in the boat one night and get up close, with a better camera.
Folks in the city are celebrating the BC spot prawn this week. I wonder where some of them come from?
Jedediah Island sits in the channel between Texada and Lasqueti Islands. It was owned by a series of owners for almost 100 years until the 1990s when the last owners, the Palmers, sold it to the government for park use (at a price they couldn’t refuse).
It’s a little tough to access. It’s about 10 kilometers by mostly open water from Secret Cove. Doable in a kayak. Just watch the weather. On the other hand it’s about 25 minutes by boat.
Our arrival is by way of Home Bay, site of the original farm.
The grass on some of the rocky points seems carefully manicured. “Grass, manicured”. This is a deserted Island. Actually the inhabitants includes a herd of feral sheep. I guess they are left behind from past farmers. They do a great job of mowing (and fertilizing) the lawn.
There’s those fuzzy lawn mowers now, running through the abandoned orchard.
You know it’s an abandoned orchard when the tree trunk has absolutely no innards, and still has branches and blossoms up top.
The farmhouse sits on a little rock bluff surveying all of home bay.
What a view from the farmhouse deck!!
On your way out of Home Bay check in with the attending sea lions.