The Great Outdoors

With a comfortable spot on our expanse of cedar decking you will experience a view of the wilderness of Vancouver Island.

In between the red coral Arbutus, the Garry oaks and the tall stately Douglas fir trees you'll usually see and hear all kinds of birds including quails, robins and ravens, you'll often find squirrels, rabbits and the occasional visiting raccoon and deer having a drink at our fountain.

The Wayward Navigator has an ideal location away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Nearby is a woodland trail the Galloping Goose for hiking or biking. You are only minutes away from Thetis Lake with it's nature trails, fishing and swimming.

To see more Outdoor features of The Wayward Navigator, click on a front view of our home, an outside view of the Gazebo a view of our back yard Cedar Decks and another view of our Hot Tub.

We sit in the warm shade and feel right the sap creeps up and the blossoms swell;
We may shut our eyes but we cannot help knowing.. that skies are clear and grass is growing;
The breeze comes whispering in our ear, that dandelions are blossoming near...

James Russell Lowell (1819-1891) The Vision of Sir Launfal

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