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... seem to stop. We stopped for supplies (for another gorgeous picnic of salmon pate, mozzarella, hams, Brie, salamis, salads galore) at the 'goats on the roof' shop, which was exactly that. Not sure why but the goats liked to eat the grass growing on the roof. after lunch we went for short walk in a provincial park, to the 'cathedral grove', a group of huge fir trees, 70m in height, 2m girth a and up to 1000 years old. These are the 'Canadian redwoods'. We arrived ...
Thought it was about time I did another blog post ☺
Everything is going well here, the days are cold but very sunny. So hopefully this is the last of the rain but I think that might just be wishful thinking.
Just finished up a job last week and waiting for my next one to start which should be some time next week.
Tom's well, working hard and pulling the occasional all nighter still.
Tom just ...
... you to my work colleague Rhonda, who put us in touch with her brother Randy in Vancouver, who put us in touch with our fishing guide Blair Mitchell. Blair was fantastic, super knowledgable and so easy to get along with - perfect!
We packed up our cottage, and arranged for our 9am ferry transfer back to the mainland to collect the tank to head through to Port Renfrew which we figured would be our first stop on the next stage of our Tour de Vancouver Island.
... fly fishing.
You will see from the photos of the cabin there are no curtains, the skylights in the roof keep you awake (thank heavens for Qantas eyeshades), no WIFI, had to borrow gas bottle and coffee for machine from the lovely couple in the Cypress Cabin next door. The cabin is lovely and quiet plus you are right on the foreshore of Millstream Inlet. So peaceful to have your cup ...
... nous ne comprenions pas vraiment. Et puis elle nous a expliqué que nous pouvions plonger les mains dans de nombreux bassins et toucher les animaux dedans! Inutile de dire que nous avons passé plusieurs heures à bien nous amuser... L'inconvénient est que je n'ai aucune photo de ces bassins, puisque j'avais les bras dans l'eau jusqu'aux coudes et des étoiles ou des comcombres de mer entre les doigts. :)
Avec tout ça, j'avais fait les activités principales ...