It was so gorgeous, I needed an aerial shot. Halibut and salmon in a preserved lemon and fennel cream sauce, served with steamed veg in white wine and Himalayan sea salt. I’m astounded that, even in the middle of the woods, you get a meal of this caliber. If you ever have plans to come to Port Renfrew, it is an absolute must to stay in a yurt and try the owners’ delicious food 🌲🥗
For dessert, a 20% goat cheese cheesecake with a ginger snap and vanilla bean crust, topped with mixed berries and rhubarb 🍓
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Looking south on Lava Lake at Oscar Peak - with a touch of smoke 💨
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Another incredibly delicious dinner from the incomparable @soulecreeklodge. Fresh caught salmon and halibut in a fennel and preserved Moroccan lemon cream sauce, and steamed veg with white wine and Himalayan sea salt.
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Actually, it ain’t a total lose. You were going right way and it was just the long journey to find your destination that taught you so many things like how to survive in storm, enduring loneliness, learning to appreciate small things you have every day. You need to know all of them to get there.
After all, it wasn’t too bad. It was rather beautiful. Like life is beautiful... - Cy. S
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