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... of the dolphins reaching speeds of 30 knots and also form a hollow cone using their swimming technique to breath under the water. We also saw Pacific Dolphins which are bigger. They love to show off and jump the wake of our boat. It was amazing to see Dolphins in the wild and not trapped in an aquarium. The Japanese fisherman kill thousands of Dolphins during the 3 months of their fishing season. That's why I give money to The Sea Shepherd-Paul Watson) to uphold ...
... to see and they didn't seem to mind us watching them. We spent the time moving about between the various beaches and stopping for photos. There were lots of bears wandering around, turning over rocks and looking for food. They were feasting on the crabs under the rocks and we got so close at times that you could hear the crunching sound as they ate!! There was another mother with three cubs ...
... I think Tassies old growth forests are equally impressive. The drive from here on was quite slow due to the windy roads and slow RV's. About 30 km short of Tofino we took a detour to Ucluelet, another small town right on the ocean. Very rugged shoreline and no beaches to speak of but we took a stroll along some of the coastline trails for some good veiws and photo opportunities. After coffee and cake here we made our way to Tofino. This is a popular tourist ...
... to pick up some tools and containers to organize the basement of Jed. We enjoy socca cooked on a fire when camping and had not found chickpea flour at any of the stores along the way. Sav-On- Foods was not exception but we did get some additional vegetables for the trip.
The next several hours were slow going along the winding road along Sproat Lake, through the mid-island mountains over Sutton Pass and then along the cliffs of Kennedy Lake. We were glad on some of ...
... Kitty chose one that we already have.
After that we had some ice cream in the same place which was yummy��.
A bit after we went into the boat shop and booked our whale watching boat trip! So exciting!�� Later we went home and Kitty, Dylan and I had fun playing in the sand.
Overall, awesome day
By Lenny A.K.A Batman