Road trip. :-)
The sun was shining on the Sunshine Coast when we awoke in Sechelt.
We strolled over to a local coffee shop for breakfast. Sat in the sun.
Mom was impressed with the friendly and chatty Sechelt locals. One shopkeep offered to print some documents for us. For free.
We took a sidetrip to Porpoise Bay to check out the option to sea kayak Porpoise Bay Provincial Park. Looks good to me.
Next was Gibson’s.
Gibsons is a coastal community of 4,200 … It is the main marine gateway to the Sunshine Coast.
… Gibsons is best known in Canada as the setting of the popular and long running CBC Television series The Beachcombers, which aired from 1972 to 1990. The storefront “Molly’s Reach“, now a cafe …
The Beachcombers … is the longest-running dramatic series ever made for English-language Canadian television. In all, 387 episodes were produced.
Click PLAY or watch the INTRO on YouTube.
We caught the ferry over to Horseshoe Bay. Another gorgeous trip.
This was my 3rd time in 2014 traveling the Sea to Sky Highway. On the advice of a tourist information guy we grabbed a hotel in Squamish, built new for the 2010 Olympics.
We continued up to Whistler for a walking tour.
Nice afternoon. The mountain bikers were just coming off the hill, hitting the pubs.
Another excellent day on the Sunshine Circuit.
We had a hot tub. Then ordered in Pizza to go with our wine. :-)