Tofino Trek Inn
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On Saturday we stopped by the Tofino Water Taxi and booked a
trip for today to Meares Island to hike the Big Trees Loop. We were up early
and enjoyed daybreak while we had coffee. Once the dogs were up and fed we took
them for a brief walk. After we were fed we headed into town to mail a few
letters and picked up sandwiches for our lunch on the hike. Down at the dock we
waited for the taxi and watched a group of pre-schoolers ...
... British Columbia has a population of about 6,500,000 people – more than NZ and is a huge province. About twice as big as Texas, is larger than most of Europe combined and it is a lovely city from what we can see. The city was originally associated with the mighty gold rushes of the north in the 1860's and because of its mild climate now reigns as a popular tourist and retirement community.
It is still raining moderately heavy and we are walking around the city and ...
... tour guide for our Whale watching tour en route to Hot Springs Cove. There, Chris got the unlikely email that we had won a prize pack at Grazing in the Gardens. It turned out to be a really beautiful basket of West coast and island foods, mostly chocolate. Lucky us!
At Ocean Outfitters, we met Maris, who took us on a two-hour boat ride up the coast. We saw otters, seals, and plenty of bird life, but ...
... the coast of Canada. Up to that point I had only made it to Saltair (yesterday) and before that to Vancouver (c. 1974). I immersed myself 3 times: one for each aspect of the Living One: Creator, Preserver, and Changer. The fourth "dunk" I changed the paradigm and thought of the native one: the 4 directions. Oddly enough, I was already thinking ...
... cloudy again. Ah well- can't really expect anything less- Tofino is one of the rainest places on the planet (apparently) received an almighty 135ft rain a year. Paris, by comparison, gets about 27.
It was low tide though, so I went rockpooling, and saw loads of anenomes, one pool just full of hermit crabs and then as I was leaving spotted a starfish. When I looked closer, I saw the rocks were covered in them- about 10 I reckon at least!