Clayoqout Retreat B&B
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To experience a real northwest Pacific coast we went to Tofino which is still on Vancouver island but further North a few hours. The plan was to camp for two nights and spend a day and a half there. We'd been told that it's always damp and a bit wet there but we weren't expecting the torrential downpour for the entirety of our stay. It was actually quite good fun. Despite that we couldn't ...
... to pick up some tools and containers to organize the basement of Jed. We enjoy socca cooked on a fire when camping and had not found chickpea flour at any of the stores along the way. Sav-On- Foods was not exception but we did get some additional vegetables for the trip.
The next several hours were slow going along the winding road along Sproat Lake, through the mid-island mountains over Sutton Pass and then along the cliffs of Kennedy Lake. We were glad on some of ...
... exceptionally tasty while Charlie, her cat entertained us in the dryer. We took over the living area with the futon and air mattress to make a second bedroom. Plans for tomorrow include taking the Mustang to the dealers again as we are missing a brake light. There are many other activities to choose from while we are here - it will be a challenge to see what we can fit ...
... hook thing; Paddy reached for the camera. None of us could believe it when Dyl hauled out of the water a completely massive fish. Al told us it was a halibut and moved forwards to help Dyl land it. The halibut was thrashing about madly in a huge splashing panic. Somehow it got free and plunged back into the sea.
I have to say I was really relieved as I didn't want to see it beaten to death on the floor of the boat. And I don't know how I would have cooked the ...
... the local history and characters.
Dropped into Little Qualicum Falls, but didn't walk down to have a look. A little further up the road we stopped at Cathedral Grove where there are very old Douglas Firs. A beautiful little walk, steam coming off the old logs and moss hanging from the trees.
It was a beautiful day, compared with the rain we had when we arrived the night before. Sun was out and temp ...