BriMar Bed and Breakfast
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... degrees I reckon. We then drove/explored around the town. There are lots of little hidden beaches and resort style accommodation hidden in the bush everywhere. We had dinner a Big Daddy's Fried Fish, a fish chowder with sailor bread for me and a Ceasar Salad for Denise.
It's 8 o'clock here now and everyone's gone out so it's nice and quiet. Might change later though??
Denise is chatting to Mikaela who is now on Australian soil in Melbourne waiting for a plane. ...
... big boys day out with Derek’s girlfriend Megan having to work! With go carting and driving his quad bike in a gravel pit, we had quite the racing fix that day. We had lunch at a local harbour pub near Parksville (halibut and chips, very good!) and had some amazing coconut shrimp curry. The fish literally came straight out of the water onto our plates. We stopped by a rather novel grocery store in ...
... br> Rode a total of 270 km and finally went over 6'000 km for the tour.
We stopped first at Kennedy Lake for a few photos, and then reached the highlight of the day - Tofino Airport and Long Beach.
Long Beach is a very special pace as it is at the foot of the Tofino Airport, where in World War II, my mother - Jean Cameron(Howes) - was stationed. It was an honour ...
... of the angle but decided to switch directions to take advantage of the view out the large front window by backing in. Changing directions meant only being able to reach the electrical hookup but we figured we would manage.
Once situated, we took two wound up puppies for a walk along the beach. Our trip continued to be blessed with wonderful dry sunny weather. We could hardly believe how sunny it was on the beach. We were joined by many other people, some even ...
... the sun was peaking through the clouds and we could tell it is going to be a great day. Tracy and I are treated to bacon and eggs for breakfast before we have to pack up and check out. There is some great hiking in the area. We chose the Wild Pacific Trail, which makes its way around the peninsula in a loop starting at the Amphitrite Point lighthouse which dates back to 1906 (see wildpacifictrail.com). After a nice hike, with lots of stopping to enjoy the views and ...