Thursday, September 17, 2009

Friendly Cove

The boat at the dock at Friendly Cove

The Light house at Friendly Cove.

This is the home of the Family who lives full time out at Friendly Cove

One of the Views on the way out to Friendly Cove.

Friendly Cove is where Captain Cook first met the First Nations peoples of Nootka sound. There is still one family who still lives there and takes care of the land. Every year a campout happens there and everyone finds it refreshing to be there. It is also called Yuquot which means where the four winds blow. During the summer there is a boat that goes out there twice a week for 1.5 hrs to 3 hrs depending on the day. It takes about 2 hrs each way but worth the trip here are some pictures taken on my trip out.......


  1. Hi Megs,
    great pictures and very interesting.

  2. Megs:

    I like your blog. The picture taken from the air on your way to work will have everyone wanting a job like yours!!


  3. Beautiful pictures Meg, great photography...Auntie Rose