CafÃ© sign and abandoned car in the woods
We hopped on the ferry and skipped over to the Sunshine Coast a few weekends ago.
Life here relaxed and charming, perfect for a dayâ€™s jaunt to gather one’s self.
We spent the day driving the Sunshine Coast Highway, exploring scenic seaside communities in the Lower Sunshine Coast.
Robert’s Creek Mandala/Rocky beach at Sechelt/Rooibos latte from 1902 Tea House/Gibsons Landing Marina
We had breakfast in the loveliest teashop in Gibsons, found a quiet beach in Robertâ€™s Creek while checking out this yearâ€™s fascinating mandala, then collected seashells and driftwood in Davis Bay.
Skookumchuck Narrows trail/Boat on the water/Brown Lake/Mossy forest
We veered off the road at Egmont and took the winding road to the Skookumchuck Narrows trail.
We hiked through the enchanting moss and fern covered forest and caught the rapids â€“ the tide was low but still pretty cool.
And then we drove back with just enough time for dinner and to catch our ferry.
Rocks at Robert’s Creek/Sechelt/Skookumchuck Narrows Provincial Park/Egmont
A young seagull/Molly’s Reach/Gibsons Landing
Tree trunk cove/Signs in Gibsons/Ocean views
Little day trips like these are the reason why I donâ€™t go away in the summer, because summers in BC are near magical, with so many exciting places to explore.
I take the most unhurried trips; sometimes itâ€™s back to the places Iâ€™ve been several times before, the purpose is to slow down and for the most part appreciate the beauty that surrounds me.