Tofino Trek Inn
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We had a lazy afternoon of reading and napping. Good times on vacation. Dinner was a real treat of duck confit with a fig gastrique, lentils, golden beets and socca. Scrumptious. The duck fell off the bone and melted in our mouths. After dinner we enjoyed a evening by the fire watching the sky grow darker and the stars come out in all their glory. No s’smores tonight. We decided ...
We left the Wickaninnish Inn at 7:45 am and went for breakfast at Vincente's Cafe and then drove to the dock to meet with our captain and guide Greg who was taking us out salmon fishing on the M/V Hymax. The weather was quite overcast and rain was predicted. We boarded and met the first mate Brad and then headed out. We went out to see the Wickaninnish Inn by water where the water was quite rough and then headed back to more protected water where we fished for ...
... at the rocky point. From there we could look down and see lots of mussels and starfish. That night we played a bit of Catan for the first time since we left Banff and Jack won his first game.
We slept in until 8am the next morning and after breakfast I managed to renew our site for another night. That is always nice when you don’t have to pack up the tent every day. We drove into Tofino to take a look at the town and did a short hike through the ...
... transport - a 2 door Honda Integra. Which, if you are in the backseat, causes all sorts of horrible pain in your back and neck ("Umm.... my head's hitting the roof. And be head I mean ear.") And that's after only being in there for 10 minutes. If you arn't gasping by now, that's probably because you are unfamiliar with the geography of Canada, with our destination, Tofino BC, being roughly a 17 hour drive away from our homeland ...
... ingenious uses. Some logs were simply laid out as seats. Other enterprising souls had constructed shelters, huts and tipis. Some even had little fences around the outside. Surfers' shelters and hippy huts. So very Tofino. As night fell, we retreated to our hot tub to watch the full moon rise. Set into the forest, we could lie in the warm water and gaze at the changing colours of the sky and forest, from the golden glow of morning to cool purples at night. ...