Horizons West Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... provide us with much the same attractions at half the price.......and probably more importantly half the people! Anyway we are probably being a bit harsh on the place. We still stayed for lunch and then headed out to the closest beach. These Vancouver island beaches are a bit special. They are miles and miles of flat sand, with a forest coming right up to the edge. The beaches are scattered with massive washed up tree trunks and in the water there are often large chunks of rock often ...
... round Ucluelet so the trail meanders in and out of the forest , with birds hopping about. We even saw a dear on the beach of a little cove. Loads of photos later we returned to our hotel to relax before heading to the bar for our last meal accompanied by live music of a rock and role guitarist.
The trip to Ucluelet involves a 3 hour diversion from the main highway up the island , with the only way ...
... the door at Wild Edge Lodge stating our hostess would be back by 5:00. We wandered through the stores in town and found some real treasures. Shortly after we went back to the Lodge, Laura returned and showed us around our suite. We have a great spot here - 2 bedrooms, a living area, kitchen, games, Cards and magazines. Brianna arrived just us we were unloading with a Carload of provisions. Our hosts have a delightful dog who loves to ...
... vehicles. Negotiating the highways was fine and I soon got the CD player working. I know it's cheesy playing Canada's finest - Rush - but I wish I'd had a more impressive set of wheels for Messrs Lee, Lifeson and Peart. I was worried about a warning light so pulled off the road at a Tim Horton's and studied the manual. It was a light alerting me to the fact there was no warning! The journey up was ...
... eating alone dotted out along the shoreline. We got so close to one, literally about 10 feet away, we could hear his every crunch as the big crab got devoured.
As we hugged the shores, Henry spotted a lone wolf, and we must have followed her walk along the shore for about 20 minutes. Whilst there are wolves in the forests, spotting one is a very rare treat, especially due to the camouflage. She was so difficult to see on occassion, ...