We had another wonderful season at Two Eagles Lodge. We wish to thank our guests for making our summer so colorful and fun…and thank you to those who have referred friends or family to us. We appreciate the business and continue to take our commitment to top-notch service as seriously as the day we opened. THANK YOU and enjoy the fall!
Just spent a couple days on the north end of our island where the low-hanging clouds sit mid-way down the mountains and give that true “Pacific Northwest” mood. The Rec sites for camping are amazing on this island.
So often we’re all so busy, we don’t take time to just admire the sights we see routinely… This is the view from my kitchen window. Thanks to the spring rains, the green is like crayon-green…just amazing. The hummingbirds are buzzing about, and more flowers are getting ready to bloom. I just love it. Hope you take the time to cherish something so routine in your world! Life is short…stop now and look at something or someone that makes you smile!
Thought you’d enjoy an up-close-and-personal interview that was featured at the Chamber of Commerce’s Awards Banquet where Two Eagles Lodge was honored as a finalist for the Small Business of The Year (2012). While our friends at Ambassador Shuttle–a great company–took home award, being a finalist was an honor itself..
With the snow flying at Mount Washington, just 30 minutes away, skiers and snowboarders (or those just wanting a pre-Christmas snow fix) will find Two Eagles Lodge to be the perfect home-away-from-home …and one without the inconvenience of snow since we’re in the Valley.
Enjoy our Winter Specials: Stay two nights, and the third night is 50% off OR
Stay two nights and enjoy a complimentary basket of local goodies.
WE OFFER GIFT CERTIFICATES, TOO!!! THE PERFECT GIFT FOR SOMEONE YOU LOVE! Any denomination available.
Hope your holiday celebrations are joyous and you’ll soon be here to enjoy a relaxing waterfront stay at the award-winning Two Eagles Lodge! Mention this blog for the winter specials!
On the heels of hosting the Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce annual BBQ for 75 on June 21, we had our own shin-dig.
We had a great time this weekend with more than 100 people here for fun, food, music, and tie-dying (of course). It’s fun to see people wear their works of art from previous years’ parties. Photos to be posted on Facebook as they come in from the gang.
Who can look at someone in tie-dye and not smile? Be bold and spread the joy!
Steve and I recently got a jeep to explore some of the island’s back roads, and what an amazing experience. We have seen some amazing vistas–perched high above the Georgia Strait and Baynes Sound in the Beaufort Mountains. The photos just don’t do it justice. I don’t have a moment of regret about selling the Harley and getting the jeep, since so much of this beautiful island is accessible only by four-wheel drive. I feel like a kid in a candy shop…and it’s all in my backyard!