Red Crow Guesthouse
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... parking lot and walk down to a rather crowded area to pitch your tent. For me it was over priced but later noticed long beach campground located up the highway was cheaper at $25 a night. Tofino was the only place on Vancouver island where fires were allowed at this time. After my stay in Tofino I headed back stopping in Ucluelet for breakfast (may see the popular aquarium next time or on a rainy day) and then had lunch in Port Alberni on the wharf. This town has all ...
... and I looking like beached sea lions. At the end of the lesson I was aching in all sorts of places and we all went home and jumped in the hot tub. We spent the afternoon chilling and relaxing. In the evening we had a bbq at home, joined by Radar the dog. Our landlord gave us a piece of salmon left over from his fishing trip - it was like a dinosaur steak and very ...
I may never get off this Island!! It was a good day's drive from the ferry at Salt Spring to Tofino so I broke it up with a stop over at Cameron Lake... Yet another beautiful lake and 6km hike around it. The drive to Tofino was the most testing yet.. Narrow mountain roads that got very steep.. But with some of the best views I've seen so far... Now I thought Salt spring was chilled...If Tofino ...
Back at camp we napped. Oh, how nice it is to nap. Just as we were waking up new neighbors on all sides were arriving. Every site in our section was soon full. We decided it was time to enjoy the crabs. Having a bit of salmon, shrimp and scallops left we made a simple ceviche as an appetizer as we cleaned crab and chopped scallions. We loved the chili sauce on the crabs but it was messier than ...
... back to harbour we saw an osprey hovering above us, which reminded me of the buzzards in the trees near Glynn Hendra.
Back home we had dinner out then spent the rest of the evening on the beach and reading by candlelight. There was a wedding on the beach! So we watched the bride skipping on the sand and enjoyed their late-night fireworks.
Thanks to everyone reading. We love your messages every day! Keep them coming,
lots of love Dawn xxx