26 July 2011

Salt Spring Island Part Two


For Salt Spring Island tourists and locals alike, Morningside 
Organic Bakery Cafe & Bookstore is a well-inhabited hot spot


Known for it's uniquely crafted design, wooden frame, eclectic style, 
well manicured ivy, cultured taste in books, and amazing food and coffee


Entrance into Morningside; Wooden saloon doors


Bakery, Coffee, Tea, Chai, Sandwiches, Soup,
 Smoothies, Raw Food, Superfood, Books, WiFi


 Adorable earthen nature styled sitting and eating area, complete 
with colourful mosaic tabletops and large custom built fireplace

Morningside Cafe on Urbanspoon


Driving through Salt Spring


We saw acres of farmland complete with chickens 
and sheep, and glorious mountains in the distance


On the way we came across many quaint churches


St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church and Cemetery


Dad and I sitting on the front steps of the church


Some of the graves and tombstones


R.I.P


But on a happier note...


Beautiful views from Ganges Harbour


A few people came by to sit in the sun and read 
the morning newspaper... not a bad place to rest :)


I took a picture of this Home Decor Store just up from the harbour 
because I loved it's nature-inspired mural painted on the building


But back to the dock for a few more photos


The Arbutus Tree, my favourite kind :)


Followed by gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean


Tomorrow is the final Part 3 of my Salt Spring
 Island Photo Series, and I saved the best for last


Hint: Contains the the biggest, fattest,
 foodgasmic MUFFINS you've ever seen!


Click here if you missed Part 1

10 comments:

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

Those little tables are so pretty! I want some for my deck.

Lauren@ What Lauren Likes said... [reply]

great part 2! excited for number 3

Monet said... [reply]

I've enjoyed these posts, and I'm looking forward to the third installment! Thank you for sharing with me. I hope you had a cool and relaxing Tuesday. I know I'm ready for a good nights sleep! Take care and have a blessed week, my friend.

Marianne (frenchfriestoflaxseeds) said... [reply]

You've inspired me to make a trip over to SSI while I'm in Vic with one of my friends - gonna hit up the market and have fun. Love it!

Chelsea said... [reply]

That cafe is so cute!

I was actually thinking of visiting BC next summer, and these posts are definitely making me want to go!

Keia Kato-Berndt said... [reply]

Wow, love the mural...and the cafe! I can't wait to see these muffins you are talking about :)

Ayla said... [reply]

You are making me love my province even more with this post. <3 I cannot wait for the next installment!! You've actually just inspired me and my friend to go vist Vancouver Island sometime this summer (I know this is Salt Spting Island but same difference). :)

dancinghopinglivingdreaming said... [reply]

mum and i got the most amazingly delicious gluten free chai cookies at the morningside bakery one year!! i desperately want to go back and get more haha.
your trip looks amazing m'dear! xoxo

Rachel said... [reply]

Love Saltspring!! Especially the vendors at Fulford.

Sarah B @ Bake + Bike said... [reply]

Mmm I love zucchini muffins- sugar free berry spelt sounds awfully nice too!

I loved Salt Spring Islands when I visited a few years ago. Such a neat community. I think my favourite part was kayaking in the ocean and seeing seals playing!

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