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Spring has Sprung!!!

It gives me great pleasure to report that Tzoonie is experiencing an unusually early spring. Over the past few months we have published photos of wind damage, record rainfall and overflowing creek and high tides moving bridges and driftwood. Nature has relented and we are now enjoying great weather and record temperatures. The squirrels have

Tzoonie Rates

Thought I would take a few moments to emphasize just how competitive our rates are when compared to other much more restrictive vacation options. Without even considering our unique location which accurately reflects Super Natural British Columbia,  the services included with the base price must be taken into account. Our basic rate is $125 Can

Spring at Tzoonie

Have neglected my blog writing and apologize for the delay in updating the Tzoonie Resort weather events and results. High tides did not constitute a problem over the winter season but unfortunately the February record rainfall took it’s toll. Our sweet  little “Giroux Creek” turned into a raging river that I have referred to as

WordPress Tzoonie now live

The old ” not mobile friendly” website is now history and we are embarking on this new wordpress system. This has been challenging for someone who was born 100 years too late, however, when I encounter too much difficulty I will walk half a block to the school playground and get a five year old to

January Update

A time for celebration!!! It took over thirty years to adequately plan and prepare Tzoonie for the ” king tides” accompanied by low pressure system and gale SE winds and rain which generally occur in late December and January. For the first time in thirty years , walkways, bridges, ramps, houseboat and other improvements floated during the

Practicing

Our website www.tzoonie.com was developed at least 20 years ago. It’s taken that long to skim and utilize a very few of the many functions that are accessible and available to improve the efficiency and usefulness of the program. In another week or two, all that technology that I never did fully comprehend will disappear into

New year update

Hello everyone: For all you readers who don’t reside on Sunshine Coast I feel guilty informing you that many shrubs and even the wild cherry trees are starting to bud. Once we get rid of the fog, we should be enjoying the warm, springy weather.  It’s been 10 days since I last visited Tzoonie and was most pleased to

Winter Update

Hello everyone: Lots of snow on the mountains and frost on the ground at Tzoonie. It appears we can expect an extraordinarily warm winter and some “king tides” which can be damaging to docks and shore facilities if they are accompanied by low pressure with winds and rain. We are as well prepared as possible

Autumn at Tzoonie

Hello everyone: Lots of snow on the mountains and frost on the ground at Tzoonie. It appears we can expect an extraordinarily warm winter and some “king tides” which can be damaging to docks and shore facilities if they are accompanied by low pressure with winds and rain. We are as well prepared as possible

Nature's Feast

Culinary Delights on Tzoonie

Hello everyone: Hopefully the next couple of months will not be a continuation of the extremely hot and dry weather thats been with us since early May. We are under the influence of three major factors, i.e. shellfish closure, campfire ban and probable fresh water shortage. I suppose, “on the other hand”, the hot dry

Green Leaders

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Aboriginal Tourism

Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC

We are members of the Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC. Find us there: aboriginalbc.com