This solid past laid a strong foundation for the future. With a passion to share this beauty with others, Ken and Kathie began construction on the Guest Cottage in 2006, completing the process in 2009. Careful detail has been woven through every facet, both inside and out.
Ken and Kathie have also recycled former fireplace bricks into two patio areas, one of which is located at the Guest Cottage. A number of new fruit trees were planted in anticipation of restoring the former orchard, and a newly named "Woodland Garden" now shows off Ken's grandmother's rock wall - completely built by hand several decades ago. Maturing Douglas fir trees are nearing 100 years and provide a living green canopy year round. A steadfast grand fir stands tall and regal, rebounding with healthy growth. It is a favourite tree - an eagle tree - from where the call of the magnificent bird is heard around the entire bay.
Birds are in abundance and wildlife consider this home. They too have a rich heritage in this beautiful place.
We strive to ensure that all we do enables the family's rich roots to go deeper, while remaining responsible keepers of God's spectacular seascape.