Tribune Bay NotesThe storm's over and today we are basking in the calm. Doug and Rachelle took us on an afternoon walk at Tribune Bay, one of Hornby's white sands beach. They showed us the beach through their eyes, pointing out the logs amassed on the shore, relating their history and legacy. They took us to the Hanging Garden, a rock under High Salal that grows wild flowers and attract trumpeting hummingbirds in the spring. And Doug spotted this beautiful sedimentary pattern in the side of the cliff, telling us the history of the earth's movement long ago. I am struck anew by how nature is always trying to get our attention, to awaken us with its beauty, to fascinate and ignite our imaginations.
And how lucky are we to have smart and generous friends who share their insight and love for Hornby.

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