[No. 1] British Columbia, Canada From north to south, B.C. boasts a diverse collection of kelp forests, marine mammals, fish life and spectacularly adorned reefs that thrive in the current-swept, nutrient-laden waters. We don’t have enough space to describe everything this Pacific province delivers, but for starters, divers can find soft corals, decorated warbonnets and candystriped shrimp on Browning Wall, strawberry anemones at Quadra Island, cloud sponges at Agamemnon...Read More
Patricia Schultz encourages us to travel now….visit us; we are one of the “Best Places to See before You Die” die” t Places to See Before you Die” u die!
1,000 Places to See Before You Die By Patricia Schultz Sooke Harbour House, British Columbia, on page 920 Generally the fragility of our life is something we are aware of but don’t talk about,” Schultz continues. “The title was meant to be forceful. With travel, people wait until they retire or until the kids leave. And by then, it’s too late. You wake up and you are 90. There is only one thing we are assured of in life, it’s that you will die. This encourages you to...Read More
The Ultimate Pet Lover’s Destination. The best for you and your pets awaits you at Sooke Harbour House from fine dining to organic pet treats ….from romantic walks on the beach to a great place to discover an unlimited supply of sticks ….from ocean-front accommodation with fireplaces and soaker tubs for two to pet beds and blankets …from our extensive library of literary treasures to the canine favourite of “50 Best Local Walks” …we’ve got all the ingredients for an...Read More
The Only Ethics Guide You’ll Ever Need Ethics have been an issue in business lately – here’s some help – from the Author: “Peter Drucker, the late management guru, said:“As to ‘ethical problems’ in business, I have made myself tremendously unpopular by saying, again and again, that there is no such thing as ‘business ethics.’There is only ethics.” You can solve most ethical dilemmas by running down this checklist, which I’ve used successfully for 30 years...Read More
Our past chef Brock Windsor and Guest chef Bill Jones announcing Special Salmon enhancement Fund raiser dinner at Stone Soup Inn
Announcing the first annual Cowichan Lake Salmonid Enhancement Society Benefit Dinner Saturday, March 24th, 2012, 6:30pm, at Stone Soup Inn with chef Brock Windsor and guest Chef Bill Jones Tickets Include: Locally sourced 5 course gourmet meal, paired local wines with each course, including sponsor wineries Averill Creek and Rocky Creek $135 includes tax and gratuity Tickets available at the Stone Soup Inn or by phone at the number below All proceeds to Cowichan Lake...Read More