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... away. There were big spoldgy orange things that were called sea cucumbers. I understood why they were called that, because they were the same shape as a cucumber. When I touched them they felt squishy and it wasn't very nice. The starfish felt very hard and solid. Some of them felt furry and they were my favourite.
There were these really long eels and they had a pointy nose that was shaped like a trumpet. That is why they were called pipe eels. We also saw a big ...
... 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 ...
... Small Beach, Tofino has Long Beach, and we pass over the famous Lost Shoe #2 Creek.
We reach Tofino at last and head to the beach. Wow, look at the long expanse of sand! OK, it’s grey sand, but it’s still sand. Hey! Why are people putting on wetsuits before they leave the car park? You guessed it. It’s FREEZING! We have come all this way and are determined to get up close and personal with the northeast Pacific. There’s ...
... amp; with a handful of books haha!! We're off to Elk Falls Provincial Park today which is only about a 50km trip from here. We took the coast road again and it was such a pretty drive - its a slower trip along the coast, but much more interesting than the inland highway! We got to Campbell River around 11.30am and found a laundromat to do some washing. Holy expensive! At most parks it's been about $1.50-$2 for a load - here it's $3.25 per load!!! So we sorted out what we HAD ...
... came back a crow was peeking inside!
Then I went to a local forest trail after breakfast. Had a bit of trouble finding it but the local tourist info place sent me on my way... Beautiful place but again, just too many darn people. It's rather difficult to meditate on the natural beauty and commune with nature when there's tons of people around. It did prompt me to look up other places though and I found another place I can see even bigger and older trees. Probably ...