Red Crow Guesthouse
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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In a temperate rainforest almost anything will grow. The forests all around the campground are dense with cedar and Sitka spruce trees and dense undergrowth of bushes of salal, huckleberry, salmon berry and many more. Don't forget the moss. The moss finds a foothold anywhere a tree has a nook or cranny and often covering the ground in the densest areas. With it so easy to grow things in this often dripping ...
... br> Having departed Cherry Point we headed towards Cowichan Bay Village to pick up some supplies for the picnic lunch we had planned for today. The village was a very pretty surprise, built next to a beautiful lake but reminiscent of a small Cornish fishing village. We ambled out on the jetty on a beautiful summer's morning to watch the locals gearing up for their day out on the water, before meandering back to the ...
... made a quick retreat back to the spa grounds. So after a little snooze during the manny pedi Steph n Sarah emerged with toes like star bursts .. And unable to do anything because of wet nails! We headed to our next hotel and checked in. After Steph headed to the wedding Sarah Stuart and Harrison checked into their hotel and went to the restaurant attached. After that Sarah and Harrison went to the indoor pool while Stuart went for a snooze. Sarah got quizzed ...
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today we went to the Ucluelet aquarium. It was all one room strangely and it was much smaller than our Cornwall aquarium. BUT you could touch and feel all the creatures in the small tanks. It was amazing! I picked up a crab, it crawled all over my hand but luckily it didn't pinch me.
Lenny found some sea anemones. They were magic because when you put your finger in their tentacles, they coiled around your finger leaving you trapped! But ...
... 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 ...