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... naturally attract the bears who eagerly wait for a feed. James thought I was getting a bit close to bears but they were more interested in salmon than me.
Tonight is Halloween which is massive here. Two things you need when you come to toffino, a wet suit and a costume. They love to dress up here and the costumes have been amazing.
... retail price – our first win on tour. In traditional Canadian style we had Poutine for dinner and then watched the fireworks go off over the harbour.
The bear tour was a real find. It was on a relatively non-commercial boat and the driver took us for very scenic cruise around the neighbouring protected islands where we came within 20m of two bear cubs that were eating on the islands shores. We also came across a wolf that was swimming to a nearby island (seen only once a ...
... And the huge mountains that we entered as we headed to the west coast revitalized our energy. Soon we were in them on very twisty and often narrow roads that tracked the valley. Views were spectacular and the road was challenging.
Temperatures were wild. It was 57 when we left Sooke, 83 in Port Alberni and it dropped to 61 in the mountains near ...
... meal we’ve had in a while. We steamed the crab bodies and legs, fresh corn, fresh raspberries and cherries, all washed down with Strongbow (hard apple cider). “Oh my goodness’ and “mmm” was all we could mumble. A feast fit for a king (and queen)! And we ate it all!!
After supper, we strolled along the beach, still intrigued by this mist over the Pacific. There’s such a mix of foliage and trees here, from ...
... did it up right… ocean view campsite, seafood feast, giant slugs, and huge walk along the ocean… and popcorn to finish things off.
For the feast, we had garlic bread over the fire, and mussels steamed in white wine and cayenne. The prawns were done in a lime seafood dressing and wrapped in cedar that we bought today. The halibut was also done in the cedar, but with a dill spice rub. The salmon was done over the fire too – in a ...
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