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Travel Blogs from Tofino
... and Dad had a croissant containing goodness knows what. Only Dylan was successful in finishing his gigantic Canadian meal. Everyone was stuffed and looked forward to walking it off on the walk to the beautiful Schooner Cove, but first we had to go back to the house to collect our things. Then finally we set off for Schooner Cove.
The walk was pretty long, but ...
... township for a hot coffee at Tuff Coffee and then we venture onto our boat – Wasco - for the day with two others – the boat had two viewing decks and a heated cabin. The day was too gorgeous to be inside even though it was only 10 degrees, there was no breeze, the water was smooth and the sun shining.
We sat right at the top of the boat, for a magnificent cruise to the Hot Springs. We stopped to see five Gray Whales feeding in the ...
... site has a spot to park your RV camper, and also your own personal picnic table courtesy of Parks Canada – no wonder these Canadians are so tough. The main attraction at Sproat Lake, beside the chance to hunt and fish for things smaller than you, while avoiding being hunted by things larger than you, is the Mars Water Bombers. These float planes are the largest water bombers in the world and can scoop up 27 tonnes of water at a time for fighting ...
... the coast to get here. We stopped in at Maccas for lunch and to use their wifi to check out nearby parks. We finally settled on Bates Beach Resort and it was around 3pm before we got there and settled in. At first glance it's nothing special but once we settled in it's quite ok & the guy running the office was really friendly. It's one of the smaller campgrounds we've stayed in (only 30 odd campsites) but there are only 2 other sites occupied so its really quiet at the ...
... however, see lots of sea lions, sea otters and harbour seals. The sea lions were huge and the otters and seals were absolutly adorable!
After the whale watching I spent some time walking around Tofino. Great little art and souvenir shop. Lots of native art, so many beautiful pieces, wish I could buy them. I've always been charmed by native art. Someday I'll be back and will get my hands on some of it!
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