Red Crow Guesthouse
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... of these on a couple of rocky islands, mostly just basking but with the odd few in the water frolicking. Much better photos here as the water was calm and the seals were very accommodating subjects!
We were homeward bound by this point but made a couple of stops on the way back to some places Chris knew were frequented by sea otters, which we were desperate to see as they are extremely adorable! Lo and behold, ...
Stuart woke up this morning with a very sore head and didn't need Harrison jumping about on him! I suspect Sarah was feeling similar but she wasn't showing it! Hmmm maybe still drunk! After a few coffees and a sketchy breakfast of hmmm what's that Harrison you want crisps sure no problem!! Sarah and Steph headed off to the spar OMG I fell a little bit in love with the woman in there hot stones ...
... br> Cloudy, some showers
A relaxed start (getting into the island spirit) with a late breakfast followed by booking onto a tour for tomorrow before we set off to explore around Tofino and the Pacific Rim National Park. Our first stop was another rainforest trail. This was much better than the one we did on the way here as it was all raised on boardwalks above the forest floor and it was a lot less busy and got ...
... would think she had done it so they would take her to prison.......... Then we went to this coffee & doughnut cafe to have some lunch, we were stalked by tiny freaky birds.... And even the crows here seem more adventurous than the ones at home.
After that we returned home to find out that it was raining! This was the first sight of rain we had seen all week. We lazed about for a bit, and then (with a new football) Len, Kitty, Dad and I went ...
... home made lunch, and taking in the beauty of the area. We were lucky enough to see the Stella Jay (bird) before the other tour boats arrived.
On our way back to the Tofino jetty, we again see another six Gray Whales, this time one came right by the boat, to get a spy of us. And the finale of the day was to see some more Sea Otters and one happily having a snack.
Vancouver Island is definitely a place to come back to experience the many ...