A Snug Harbour Inn
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Morning started off in the soft tub gazing at the green surroundings. Next was a trip to the Reflecting Spirit Gallery where we found a variety of jewellery, art, books, pottery, wooden bowls and so on. The guitar shaped like a bald eagle that we admired last year is still there. After making our purchases we left for the Co-Op for food for lunch. We enjoyed soup and a sandwich back ...
... fly into another then burst through into the gorgeous sunshine. All through the trip he gave a running commentary of the area, with only the two of us it felt like chatting to a friend in a bar rather than listening to a tour guide. A truly personal affair. We even went with him whilst he fuelled up ready for his next flight, then taxied down the river for a unique few of the harbour. Lunch was a ...
... Also, he's hard to get a hold of, and our plans changed so we were arriving at a different time. Not a big deal to him. He lives a little differently than most. He is used to having lots of different people staying there, but usually it's for 'woofing' (people who go stay on a farm to learn - work in exchange for room and board). Basically, in dougie's case, they work all morning, then deliver the produce and surf for the rest of the day. So we knew that we'd help with the ...
... I successfully completed the building of the dam – Mel wouldn’t cross it again but I did a couple of times to prove that it was sturdy.
Day 5 was our best day on tour to date – not a cloud in the sky. As such, we spent the entire day being cooked like lobster's on the beach. The water was refreshing crisp, but it was great to be once again swimming in the Pacific Ccean. That evening we arrived in Tofino.
Happy Canada Day! We decided we would spend ...
... with the current?
The clouds parted as we approached the outer rim of the Broken Group. It is definitely a kayaker's paradise in here – low lying islands, lots of protection, and a beautiful view of the surrounding Vancouver Island. We carefully snaked our way in between Doff Island and Turtle Island into the secluded anchorage only to find four other boats. At times the approach was hair-raising as the water is so clear here and you ...