Hornby Island Retreat

Every year we take a hiatus from our urban lives and find bits of quiet on Hornby Island. This is not where we do our wild camping; far from it  in fact, but tranquility with comfort is certainly part of it.

The terrain, community, family and activities keep us coming back.  For now, I’ll sift through my thoughts and photos and try to assemble something that represents my time there.

Whaling Station Bay

Whaling Station Bay

It is hard to believe that there was once active whaling on this beautiful beach… I couldn’t imagine the beach coloured by anything other than the seaweed.


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