I browsed through a collection of CDs this week to see if I could find more photos from my summer of 2004 visits to the spectacular EagleNook Resort on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Luckily I had found the collection of CDs from the shoot in a box in the garage carefully labeled. With the latest computer technology at hand, I downloaded a bunch of images that I hadn’t included in the first trip edit for the Seattle P-I in June 2004 that I had located earlier. See EagleNook Resort & Spa under Photo Albums/Professional Travel Photography .
For both visits back then – the first in June for my travel column and the second in July for Eagle Nook Resort & Spa – I flew out of Kenmore Air Harbor in the right seat of accomplished pilot Dick Beselin’s shiny green Beaver float plane to spend a couple of days at his scenic resort property nestled on a small peninsula between two bays near Barkley Sound. Be sure, EagleNook is not my parent’s fishing lodge accomodations (which was an army surplus tent at Neah Bay in the 50s). As you can tell by the smile on my face (and hopefully by the following photographs) both trips were special indeed!