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... and rocks hiding tasty crabs. Breakfast supermarket for bears. And it didn't take long to find our first bear, not the easiest thing to capture with the boat bobbing up and down but Tone did a brilliant job. Meet Teddy, Yogi and Rupert to name but a few. .
they rummaged under rocks as though they were pebbles, munching on crabs oysters and other seafare. It was with heavy heart we had to make our ...
... best at loops and tricks... More touch rugby but still none of us feeling brave enough for a swim - all the surfers are in full wetsuits with hoods, our shorties feel rather woefully inadequate! Then home, and more fish for dinner! Tofino is rather a foodie place, with loads of small operations and takeouts from shacks and the side of buses, yet the food is incredible, freshly cooked and hugely imaginative. We could learn a lot from this ...
... being there in the first place, was of course the national park, and there are a few trails very close to Ucluelet. I had time to do two of those, one of them with a German backpaking lady who I had met in Port Alberni. I just haven't been able to remember her name ever since... Anyway, those are beautiful walks, in the sea breeze and amongst crazy trees, with no technical difficulty whatsoever.
Just next to the pier where the boat arrives, there's also a ...
... the rocks. They were pretty clear, unlike some other similar carvings I’ve seen and there was a man fishing for salmon on the dock. It was still lightly raining when we got back, so there was nothing else to do but throw around the Frisbee and kick the soccer ball. It was pretty fun, even if it only kept us out of the tent for a while.
In the morning, the rain had cleared and Jack and I were game for a swim in the lake. Dave came as well, but only ...
... paddling against oncoming waves 95% of the time. Despite my supposed surfing ability - due to my nationaliy, not any previous experience - there was many a time where I would catch a wave, attempt to look cool and stand up, forget that I was wearing boots, have them catch on the board, and then proceed to faceplant into the water. This didn't actually make much of a difference to the locals who could actually surf, namely because ...