Aug-18 Bulhead Derby, Pancake Cooks, Fish
August 6th, 2018
The 2018 Bullhead Derby was held on Aug 5th with the winner being Darwin Bromley. The pancake breakfast was enjoyed by all, with the cooks serving up bacon and pancakes for those campers whishing to join us. The fishing has been the best in a number of years see the picutres below.
2017 Corn Roast
September 17th, 2017
The Labour Day weekend continued with the hot summery weather, as the campers enjoyed the juicy and tender local corn that Sieffert's Farm is known for. John W. and John B. shucked 75 cobs of corn which were enjoyed by about 40 campers. Thanks to George B. for boiling up the delicious niblets and Brendan, Matthew and Wendy for the prepping and clean-up. What a wonderful end to the summer for many campers, but we still have some hardy souls planning to camp on the Thanksgiving weekend.
2017 Pancake Breakfast
August 7th, 2017
The 2017 pancake breakfast went off without a hitch August 5th as John Bates and John Waterman cooked up a storm and served over 200 pancakes and bacon to the campers.
July 20th, 2017
There was considerable discussion for the past couple of mornings as some of the returning customers; 3 generations of Sharpe's (40 plus years) the Nelson's (29 years), Lindstrom's (20 plus years) and Defrias (15 years) were eagerly waiting for another long time customer Bill and Linda Whitten (40th year of returning to camp at the Beach) to show up in the hopes they will catch a few cod and pick a few blackberries. As they are known to cook deep fried cod balls and make blackberry crisp for their camping family.
On July 1st John Bates served up cake to all the campers on our 150th Birthday.
June 6th, 2017
Well, the late spring has served-up some good weather and fishing! The Chinook have been averaging 7 to 15 lbs and have been caught on the reef with hoochies or anchovies the lures of choice. This coming week, there will be some low tides for exploring the multitude of aquatic life in the tidal pools and the seals sunning on the exposed rock reefs and the sea lions continue to frolic out front. There has been some humpback whales observed, as well!