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Eagle Wing Whale Watch – A Great Experience

Eagle Wing Whale Watch – A Great Experience

  • Posted: Aug 03, 2017
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Today I was lucky enough to get aboard the Eagle Wing’s Whale Watching Catamaran named 4 Ever Wild. Old friend and former member of the Victoria Guest Services Network, Nathan Bird, Director of Operations knew that I was really keen on trying out one of their catamarans. I was just leaving downtown when he called me to advise that an opening just came up about 2 hours before the trip. I burned one of those Hollywood-style U-turns and headed back downtown.

I arrived about one hour early and signed in. To kill time I decided I need to catch up on my quota of fish and chips and went to one of my favourite outlets, the Fish Store on the dock at Fisherman’s Wharf.  When I placed my order, the order clerk noticed the Eagle Wing pass around my neck and immediately gave me a discount on my meal! I didn’t even have to ask! As usual it was delicious.

Fish and Chips at The Fish Store

Fish and Chips at The Fish Store

The Eagle Wing tour starts with an introduction given by Derek today. With some necessary information and a few corny jokes, we were off to the boat.

Everyone congregated on the dock and we were given further instructions just before boarding. Well organized for sure. The staff was introduced, our captain was Rod King, and the naturalists were Sidney McCabe, Corinne McKay and Derek Sterling.

4 Ever Wild is a large and very fast catamaran and 50 people seemed to quickly disappear, most going to the bow seating. I staked out a spot on the outer deck at the back of the boat. I have issues from time to time with my lower back and all boats move the least at the back just ahead of the power source. When there was activity in the water, there was rarely more than 6-8 people on the back of the boat. The skilled captain makes sure that everyone, no matter where they are on the boat gets a chance to see any wildlife that comes in view.

Searching on-line it is apparent that Trip Advisor rates Eagle Wing as the number one Whale Watching tour company in our region. That primarily occurs because people who use their service are happy enough that they comment back on Trip Advisor. However, I generally go into the company’s web site to learn more about them. Eagle Wing is an outstanding company. For example they are carbon neutral. In addition they donate 1% of their revenues to support groups devoted to promote sustainability and environmental protection and that is just for starters. I urge you to go to their web site to read more about their efforts. They are truly leaders in their efforts to make this planet better! Check out how they contribute to conservation and sustainable tourism.

Throughout the trip the naturalists were always on the lookout for whales and anything else of interest. When we did find whales they were quickly into the reference materials to determine if these were resident whales or transients. They provided additional information to passengers throughout the trip and were always very helpful and attentive. They seemed keen to watch for opportunities to help which was very refreshing. Corinne and Sydney were nearby me and they were most helpful and seemed very knowledgeable. Good job ladies!

Our first stop was Race Rocks, an ecological reserve about 10 miles West of Victoria. Most of the operators who travel west from Victoria go here because it is such a unique experience. Race Rocks is a group of small islands in an area where Juan de Fuca strait shallows up. This causes the currents to become fairly strong. Underwater has an abundance of sea life due to the constant flow of food. Filter feeders open and close often because there is so much food in the water. The rocks around the light station are full of harbour seals, northern sea lions, California sea lions, Alaska Fur seals, river otters and sea otters. Below the surface there is sufficient fish population to feed these visitors. At the peak of their migration, there can be as many as 800 sea lions at Race Rocks. I have been scuba diving there at least 100 times and to me it looks like Butchart Gardens under the sea!

Race Rocks Light Station

Race Rocks Light Station

Our Captain maneuvered the large Catamaran around the rocks so that we all got great views of the large sea lions basking in the sun. Our resident Orca population only eat salmon, however the transient orcas eat just about anything they can catch. So Race Rocks is a great spot for lunch for the transients.

There are also large populations of sea birds on these islands. Since the light station no longer has staff on site, the houses and other buildings are showing signs of neglect. I noticed the roofs were covered in bird poo!

After we left Race Rocks we went looking for Humpback whales. The whale watching tour groups have quite a communication network that helps them find whales, so I assume they were directed to a certain location. After a thorough search of the location our captain decided to move on. The humpback did not show!

Our next location was at the mouth of Puget Sound. From Race Rocks that was quite a healthy distance. I found out from a previous trip with Eagle Wing that they often go above and beyond to ensure that their guests get the best experience they can provide. This often includes extending the 3 hour session to 4 hours. This was the case on this day as well. The result was that we found a good sized group of Orcas. There were two groups in that area and they were on both sides of the boat, so everyone got a really good look. They seemed to be on the move so we didn’t get to see some of the more exciting behaviors like spy hoping and breaching. However we did get some excellent looks at these magnificent animals! After about 30 minutes with the Orcas we had to head back to Victoria.orcas

The Province of BC has been inundated with forest fires. For the past few days the smoke has moved out to Vancouver Island. I think this is the first time this has happened in Victoria since I moved here 34 years ago. Long distance visibility has gone away so I have included a couple of photos of the Olympic Mountains that are normally seen while looking for whales in beautiful Juan de Fuca Strait. None of these views were available on this trip. The visibility however was good enough to see anything that was around us in the water with good clarity.

I would like to thank owner Brett Soberg and his wonderful staff for yet another great whale watching experience and I heartily recommend this business to my guests and all visitors to Victoria. It is no wonder that the Eagle Wing catamarans are in high demand. They are fast, smooth riding, spacious and have two washrooms aboard that function like normal toilets. They are definitely a service oriented company. Well done!

Frankies Modern Diner Downtown Victoria

Frankies Modern Diner Downtown Victoria

  • Posted: Oct 29, 2016
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Frankie`s Modern Diner – Great food, staff and prices!

Fun at Fankies Modern Diner

Fun at Frankie`s Modern Diner

 

Frankie`s has a great location in the 900 block of Government Street in the heart of the tourist district, just a couple of blocks from the Inner Harbour and near many downtown hotels. The restaurant is spacious with an outdoor patio overlooking Government Street. We were impressed by the great food, accommodating and enthusiastic staff and reasonable prices. The have an extensive menu so there is something for everyone!

Frank the owner brings a wealth of restaurant experience and his chefs have worked in some of the finer restaurants in Victoria. There are several areas in the restaurant for large groups and some offer a bit of privacy. The restaurant is up one floor off Government Street so there is a flight of stairs before you enter the restaurant. Don`t be shy, go on up and check it out. It is tastefully decorated and comfortable. Be sure to check out the glass cooler right at the top of the stairs. It is full of fresh food and some incredible looking desserts.

Staff at Fankies Modern Diner

Staff at Frankie`s Modern Diner- left to right Josee, Diana, Frank with Dillon, and Chef Andrew

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2 Days For Kate

2 Days For Kate

  • Posted: Oct 13, 2016
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 A Two Day Whirl Wind Tour of Greater Victoria

The weather has been gorgeous so it was not difficult to show our Australian guest Kate around our beautiful city. She was only with us for two days, so we had to keep up the pace! Most guests we have entertained over the years want to see sights and do activities that they would not get where they live. So this was our mission with Kate. Kate’s introduction included Esquimalt Lagoon, Albert Head Lagoon and Beach, A walk through Tower Point Park with views of Juan de Fuca Strait, Race Rocks Light Station, sea sausage on the rocks (seals  backing in the sun), Craigdarroch Castle, the Bateman Gallery, Whale Watching with Orca Spirit (and of course lots of Orcas), a trip back to the lagoon for an early morning sunrise and photos of herons, a trip through the country side of rural Metchosin, views of Beecher Bay and views of Juan de Fuca Strait and Race Rocks from the head of Pedder Bay at William Head Penitentiary.

Esquimalt Lagoon: A large salt water lagoon that is a sanctuary for all types of birds (ducks, gulls, geese, swans, eagles, a wide variety of ducks, etc.) and it is on the migration route for lots of turkey vultures. The area between the lagoon and ocean beach has a road across it and there is a sandy beach and lots of drift wood. Beach fires are not allowed.

Swans at the Lagoon

Swans at the Lagoon

 

Herons and Ducks at the Lagoon

Herons and Ducks at the Lagoon

A wide variety of ducks can be found at the lagoon and some winter there.

A wide variety of ducks can be found at the lagoon and some winter there.

Albert Head Lagoon: There is a great beach at Albert Head with spectacular views of downtown Victoria, The Olympic Mountains, and Juan de Fuca Strait. It is a great place to cool off during hot summer days. The lagoon has a variety of birds and the area where the lagoon enters the ocean is very interesting. It is generally not as busy as Esquimalt Lagoon but it does have limited parking. You can walk forever down this beach!

Albert Head Beach and Lagoon

Albert Head Beach and Lagoon

 

Craigdarroch Castle:  The castle was built by coal baron Robert Dunsmuir during the reign of Queen Victoria and now a National Historic Site. Craigdarroch Castle has been meticulously restored, giving visitors a glimpse of privileged life in the 1890s. The Castle weaves a fascinating tale of an intriguing family’s achievements, relationships and quirks.  This is one of Victoria’s finest attractions!

Craigdarroch Castle

Craigdarroch Castle

Craigdarroch Castle

Craigdarroch Castle

Beecher Bay: This is home for the The Sc’ianew (Cheanuh) First Nations‘ main community. It is  in East Sooke, 30 km southwest of Victoria. It has some of the most scenic property on the south island and the community there has a development underway call Spirit Bay. It is next to the Beecher Bay Marina. Check it out. If you travel out that way, try stopping for lunch at Glenrosa Farm or Smokin’ Tuna, which is on the way to East Sooke Park.

Beecher Bay

Beecher Bay

Whale Watching with Orca Spirit: The Orca Spirit Crew are one of the best companies in Victoria to go whale watching with. Great Staff, good fast boats, and lots of fun! Check them out!

Orca Spirit Whale Watching

Orca Spirit Whale Watching

Race Rocks: This is the 2nd oldest light station on the West Coast of Canada. It is just outside of Pedder Bay so we decided to take some photos from the closest land points we could get to. It just happened to be “Club Fed” a federal penitentiary! This “resort” provides oceanfront living with incredible views, a short but cold swim to freedom, a golf course and other amenities! We are not recommending that you stay there. There was a bit of marine fog, but you can see the lighthouse and out-buildings. In one photo a large freighter is passing by. This is one of the best scuba diving sights on the west coast of Canada.

Race Rocks Light Station

Race Rocks Light Station

As you can see from the photos the weather was very good for the middle of October! Fall is just starting and some leaves have fallen. When all the leaves are gone from the trees, it is still very green in this part of Canada. The whale watching boat was full and all of the fleet was out. Good weather brings out the tourists. We do not have a lot of trees with great color like some parts of Canada, but there are some.

Fall in Victoria

Fall in Victoria

One of the most beautiful views in Victoria is that of Mount Baker in Washington State USA. Some days it is obscured by clouds and tourists don’t get to see it. When Kate and Linda were on the whale watch, they got up close and personal with Mount Baker. They could see the mountain and all the smaller hills and mountains around it. Well done ladies!

Mount Baker from near San Juan Island USA

Mount Baker from near San Juan Island USA – San Juan Island’s south shore in the foreground!

There was a whole lot more we would have like to share, but our time was limited. Over the years tourists have through our website asked me what were the best things to do (for the 3 days we will be in Victoria). My answer usually included “stay longer”!  I have put together an article which I call an “insider’s guide”. Check it out!

So, the solution we offered to Kate, was to come back for another visit! We love sharing what we have at our door-step. After 30+ years here it still is loads of fun! Enjoy our photos and be sure to read the info with each photo.

Galiano Island

Galiano Island

  • Posted: Aug 31, 2016
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Galiano Island is a place to visit, to be sure!

Galiano Island is one of my favourite Gulf Islands and it can be reached by BC Ferry from Victoria or Vancouver. The island is long and narrow and has some of the most beautiful scenery available. My favourite place to see spectacular views is Bold Bluff Park on the south shore facing Active Pass with views past Victoria to the Olympic Mountains in Washington State. Let me suggest you go there late in the afternoon to get the effect of the setting sun. It is amazing to watch the marine traffic that goes through the strait. Most of it is BC Ferries but there is more. The Orca whales often go through the pass in search of seals, sea lions and fish. Another great spot to view the activity in the strait is Bellhouse Park, within walking distance of the Ferry Dock.

Bold Bluff

Bold Bluff

The south end of the island is where most of the commerce is. The island has some good bed and breakfasts, and  a great resort (Galiano Inn and Spa).

One of the coolest things to see on the island is the sandstone caves near Retreat Cove. If you take the road to the Retreat Cove dock, you have just passed the gate that gives you shore access. It is private property, but at last visit by me, no one seemed to care. Or you can kayak there from Retreat Cove.

GalianoShores

GalianoShores

Another special place to visit is Stone World. In addition to the great gallery there, the stonework on the property is like a visit to a “Stonehenge” wannabe”. It is amazing to see. Check it out.

The last time I was there, there was no road access to Dionisio Provincial Park on the north end of the island. Check out boat rentals or local water taxis to see if they can take you there.  It is in Porlier Pass and it is spectacular. Continue reading

Port Victoria

Port Victoria

  • Posted: Aug 25, 2016
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The Ogden Point Breakwater and Deep Water Cruise Ship Port Victoria

Port Victoria

Port Victoria

Victoria’s Ogden Point terminal is currently the busiest cruise ship port-of-call in Canada.

All facilities are modern, with paved parking, passenger transport and cargo storage areas. Services available for passengers at dockside include gift shops, foreign currency exchange and pay telephones.

Tour and shuttle buses, taxis, bicycles for rent, kabuki cabs and other forms of transportation are readily available for passenger excursions to the city centre and major tour attractions. More information on the extensive and varied selection of shore excursions can be found at Tourism Victoria and on visiting cruise ships. There is a portside café, the Breakwater Café and Bistro sits at the entrance to a ½ mile long Breakwater that extends to protect the 4 deepwater port berths. Take an enjoyable walk out into our ocean, the sights can be amazing!

Under GVHA’s (Harbour Authority) stewardship, cruise tourism at Ogden Point has grown from 110 ship calls carrying 161,000 passengers in 2002 to a record number of 227 cruise ships and 533,000 passengers welcomed during the 2015 season. This year likely these numbers will be higher.

The Breakwater

The Breakwater

Many visitors find the 15-20 minute walk to downtown easy and enjoyable. If you take Montreal Street or Oswego St. they are a direct route to the Inner Harbour where many services and attractions are close by. If you want to explore follow Dallas Road to Beacon Hill Park, the jewel of Victoria!

james bay map

james bay map

If you get a small group together you can save a bunch of money taking a cab or a limo to your chosen destination and you will not have to wait for a bus to load. Go online and make a reservation for when you arrive.

Harbour Ferry Ballet

Harbour Ferry Ballet

  • Posted: Aug 22, 2016
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Harbour Ferry Ballet – Something Unique and Special to Victoria– Don’t miss it!

For over 25 years, Victoria Harbour Ferry has been performing a very entertaining 12 minute Water Ballet for tourists and locals around Victoria’s Inner Harbour.  The show is at 10:45 in Sundays from May to September and a second show is on Saturdays at 10:45 during the peak tourist season (July and August). There are also special extra shows on the statutory holidays (Victoria Day, Canada Day, BC Day and Labour Day).

Watch as the skilled Captains work these cute ,functional boats to their limits, twisting and turning five of the Ferry boats through the water choreographed to music. To date there have been hundreds of performances to the enjoyment of tourists and locals alike. When the ballet is done head down to the Causeway Marina (the Dock in front of the Fairmont Empress Hotel) following each performance. The Captains will be wearing special red shirts and would be thrilled to meet with you!

These performances have been documented in news articles, magazine stories, and TV shows around the world. Needless to say, photos and video’s of these performances have been taken home by visitors from around the world and shared with friends and families. There are numerous videos on YouTube as well.

 Harbour Ferry Tour Photos

Harbour Ferry Tour Photos

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For more information about the Harbour Ferries and Taxis, visit their web site. Their harbour tours are great as is their water taxi service around the Inner Harbour and Gorge Waterway! Check them out and don’t miss using their services. You will be glad you did!

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The Inner Harbour Tour circles the harbour and also goes up the Gorge Waterway to the Tillicum Bridge. Some of the highlights are Fisherman’s wharf, the float homes in the harbour, West Bay, seeing the Cruise Ships, getting water views of the Fairmont Empress and the Provincial Legislative Buildings, seeing the working businesses on the harbour, seeing sea planes land and take off, the amazing variety of marine traffic in the harbour, large yachts, and so much more. The Captains provide a running commentary throughout the tour. You can also get a hop on, hop off tour and visit places like Fisherman’s Wharf and Point Ellice House. This is a great informative tour. Enjoy the pictures we took on our tours of the harbour!

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Ferry 5

 

Dinner at the Fairmont Empress

Dinner at the Fairmont Empress

  • Posted: Jul 23, 2016
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Dinner at the Fairmont Empress is Always A Special Occasion

Q Restaurant at the Empress

Q Restaurant at the Empress

Last night we had dinner at the Fairmont Empress Hotel. Prior to this we had a tour of the renovations to the legendary Fairmont Empress Hotel. Part of the presentation outlined the vibrant variety of dining experiences found throughout this iconic hotel. Management outlined that the new food services offerings focused on fresh ingredients, celebrated local producers, and showcased sophisticated, timeless spaces. The options available at the hotel are:

Q at The Empress – Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and located in the most storied room in Victoria.

Q Bar – Open from 11 a.m. – 1 a.m. with superb culinary offerings until midnight and features a vibrant selection of signature cocktails, an extensive wine list and enticing local craft beers on tap.

Lobby Lounge – Chic and sophisticated, home of world renowned Tea at the Empress as well as an elegant evening menu and cocktail service.

Tea at the Empress – An absolute must attend event on Vancouver Island. The renovated space is steeped in history and now has a modern chic ambiance highlighted by a selection of 21 loose leaf teas, including our famous Empress Blend.

As our visit was to celebrate a very special birthday for my wife Linda, we chose to go to the Q for dinner. Upon our arrival we were greeted by our congenial waiter “Earl the Pearl” who has been working there for 39 years! He did a great job and made our evening special. We also had a visit from the restaurant manager, Doug Chant. Service is the name of the game at the Fairmont Empress.

Linda's Birthday Dinner

Linda’s Birthday Dinner

The food was absolutely delicious. Linda enjoyed poached prawns with a Kimchi Cocktail sauce for her appetizer and roast chicken with mustard potatoes, asparagus, and oak vinegar Jus. I had grilled avocado Caesar with white anchovies, croutons and parmesan cheese, steamed mussels Provencal with hand cut fries for my main, and soufflé cheese cake with citrus blueberry compote for desert.

For the past few years we had experienced a great cocktail at the Empress, the 1908 which was created to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the hotel. Linda ordered this for her desert. This was the only slightly disappointing moment of the evening. The new bar menu did not include the ingredients for this drink. It was made with tea infused vodka. Perhaps it will make a comeback!

The prawns were plump and fresh! The chicken was fresh and tasty. The Caesar was undoubtedly one of the best I have tasted in years! The mussels were fresh, soft and very tasty in the tomato sauce. The soufflé was light and delicious. We both really enjoyed our meals and certainly were impressed by the new food menu in the Q.

Dinner at the Fairmont Empress

Dinner at the Fairmont Empress

For more information about the food services available at the Fairmont Empress, visit their web site. We highly recommend a dinner at the Fairmont Empress. Check it out.

Whale Watching With Orca Spirit

Whale Watching With Orca Spirit

  • Posted: Jun 28, 2016
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Hunting Killer Whales (Orcas) in Juan de Fuca Strait

Transient Orcas in Juan de Fuca Strait

Transient Orcas in Juan de Fuca Strait

Everyday you get to spend on the water is one of life’s bonuses! When you see whales in their natural environment, consider that a big bonus. Wild whales cannot be trained to be in a certain spot at a certain time, so there is always the chance they may not appear. For us they did!
Now these whales can put on a three act play or just show us their dorsal fins. Today, we just got to see their fins. It was either three or four times that we had interactions with this group of transient whales. They were on the hunt for food, so they would dive and then not come up for 5 to 10 minutes. They also turned around and disappeared on us, but we did find them later on our return trip down Juan de Fuca Strait thanks to the skill of the crew on our boat the Orca Spirit I. They are diligently on watch with binoculars and in constant contact with other boats in the vicinity. If whales are around, they will find them. They also have tons of whale info on the boat and the staff are all very knowledgeable  with lots of facts about the whales, the other critters you will see and the area in general. Don’g be afraid to ask them questions, it will enhance your tour!

Wildlife in Juan de Fuca Strait

Wildlife in Juan de Fuca Strait


In one of my pictures, you will see a whale about 2 feet away from another whale watching boat and a dozen or so people in awe of this close encounter of the very best kind. Lucky people!
All whale watching boats are required to stay 100 meters away from the whales, but the whales have no such rules!
I have included a photo from my last trip with Orca Spirit to show you one of my lucky days with a close encounter iof the very best kind. It is the luck of the draw. You just never know!

One thing I would recommend when you are on one of these excursions, spend as much time as you can on deck. There is so much to see. The amazing scenery, the variety of marine traffic, the wild life and more.

Always something to see as you tour Juan de Fuca Strait

Always something to see as you tour Juan de Fuca Strait

Enjoy my pics! Here are two photos, both close encounters of the amazing kind. The tail of the humpback was on another tour! The more you spend time on the water, the more you are likely to see. So come back to Victoria and always go out whale watching!

Up-close Encounters of the Best Kind

Up-close Encounters of the Best Kind

Evedar’s Bistro

Evedar’s Bistro

  • Posted: May 22, 2016
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Evedar's

Evedar’s

It has been sometime since we ate at Evedar’s Bistro, so last night we thought we would give them another try. Good call Ron! In the past the food has been good. Over the years the staff have changed and so has the ownership. The dinner we had was one of the best we have had in a while. I chose the pork schnitzel as it is something I don’t get to eat too often and I really like it. The schnitzel had a panko crust and was flavoured with herbs. The portion was large enough to cover a small mountain of mashed potatoes on a delicious gravy base. The veggies were cooked perfectly and delicious.
For a starter we shared a large Caesar salad. Lots of restaurants don’t do a very good job with Caesars, but this one was delicious.
Linda chose the stuffed pork loin which was presented in the same way, covering an assortment of vegetables (carrots, zucchini and asparagus) and tasty gravy. She also really enjoyed her meal.
The service was very good and the staff were very friendly and helpful. The décor is pleasing and there is a choice of seating – quiet and romantic in the back or upfront with the live music.
I made the mistake of asking what was on the desert menu. I was too full to try all of the three selections but when I heard that a fresh bread pudding had recently come out of the oven, I broke down!
The bread pudding was filled with mandarin oranges and cranberries and covered in a sweet caramel sauce.
Delicious food, good service and a nice quiet environment…how could it get any better! We suggest that you give Evedar’s a try. It would be worth the drive from anywhere in Greater Victoria. It is one of the gem restaurants on the West Shore!
After the meal I closed my eyes, leaned back, and whispered “yesssss‘!
Evedar’s also has a Facebook page, so go there a be a friend and you will get access to the specials they have, some really good deals and schedules of the live entertainment.
Evedars Bistro
The Sea Cider Farm and Cider House

The Sea Cider Farm and Cider House

  • Posted: May 20, 2016
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sea cider

sea cider

Last week my son Robb and I had the opportunity to stop at the Sea Cidery on the way to Victoria International Airport. My son has Celiac disease, and so was disappointed not to be able to check out the many craft breweries in our region. However, cider is on his list as being gluten-free, so we planned to go for a tasting. We arrived on a sunny May morning promptly at opening time and were surprised to find other guests out that early in the day, on the same mission as us! After a short but informative tour of the cidery, my son chose our samples from a list of available ciders. Some ciders are seasonal, and so not available year round. While waiting to be served, we perused the items for sale, cider of course and other items such as honey. Honey was available for sampling that day too.

It was such a nice morning that we sat outside on the deck, with views across the apple orchard to James Island and Cordova Channel in the Haro Strait, also known as the Salish Sea. Naturally, bees buzzed around us, and let us be (get the pun?!!). Then our samples arrived, 9 pours in glasses designed to enhance the aroma and flavor of the cider. Being the driver, I only took small sips to savor and left the rest for Robb. We were given a checklist to record our favorites, and of course I had to buy a bottle of my favorite cider before we left.

Sea Cider is a family run operation on the Sannich Peninsula. They grow their own apples, and in fact grow their own trees from seeds. The cider is made on site and sold there, as well as in many liquor stores. In addition to their tasting room and outdoor deck, they hold special events in a large tent adjacent to the main building. Check out their website at http://seacider.ca/ Cheers!

sea cider ciderhouse

sea cider ciderhouse

Linda

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