Little Cabin in the Big Woods~

We had been to The Knight Inlet in Canada before on a day trip by small boat and always wanted to come back and stay. This is the dock area in Campbell River on Vancouver Island where we met our pilot,
and boarded our plane for the flight into the inlet.
The trip in is stunning and carries you deep into pristine wilderness.
Here is our little cabin in the big woods. It is new construction and sits on the water’s edge.

It is tiny, but charming, and has everything you need.

This is your view when you wake in the misty morning.


In the inlet you are surrounded by wildlife.

There are harbor seals,

and Stellar sea lions, and whales, birds, wolves, cougars,


and of course, the star attraction,

the grizzlies!
Cheers to you from gorgeous Canada~

312 thoughts on “Little Cabin in the Big Woods~

    • It takes a special person to like a place like this. Most would say, “Oh it is too small, too out of the way, there is no shopping, or restaurants….”
      Even I say, “I love it, but not permanently, there is no wifi!”

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      • It looks like a heavenly place to visit. It’s really well done how they did it. A small cabin is all you need in a situation like that, it brings you close to nature.


  1. La vie est un poème vécu au jour le jour
    Avec ses joies, ses échecs, ses tristesses
    Ses amours et ses détresses

    Il faut savoir garder l’espoir

    Réussir ses combats contre la maladie ,ses désillusions ect ….

    Etre solidaire entre amis (ies)

    Avoir du cœur c’est comme si on avait envie de tout partager

    N’oublie pas que la vie est un poème vécu au jour le jour

    Alors vit ,,,,,ce poème, ce petit écris je le partage avec toi

    Gros bisous


    Bonne soirée?, beau partage CINDY avec ces otaries ours et coin de nature jolie


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