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... a pretty good day and good fun.
After a late lunch, we headed through Pacific Rim National Park to Tofina.
I was expecting Tofino to be a much larger, more happening place than Ucluelet and in some ways it was, but I was a little disappointed. It is a bit more touristy with more shops and restaurants but otherwise fairly similar. Ucluelet definitely is more laid back.
They are calling for possible rain tomorrow but the plan is checking out Long Beach and a few hiking ...
... the mainland. Unfortunately no sign of migrating whales or any other sea life from any of the vantage points. No bears or other wildlife either, though did see some fresh scats on the path. They are getting closer! Now sitting, looking out the window, waiting for the sun to set over the ocean in a clear, still blue sky. Now 7.03pm. Thanks for the responses. It is nice to feel connected even though we are a long way ...
We had been told about campers being able to stay for free in Walmart car parks and we decided to try it out – after a good nights sleep in the car park, we gathered some supplies and headed off towards Port Alberni.
On route, we visited Cathedral Grove, a small forest reserve that was home to some of the largest Douglas Fir trees in Canada (including one that measured more than 9m in circumference). Upon arrival in Port Alberni, the weather turned sour so we treated ...
We are enroute to Ketchican, Alaska, which is a trip of a little over 1.000 miles from San Francisco. Today is our first full day at sea. It was a lazy day. We attended church service and that's about as taxing as our day was. The rest of the day was filled with exercise, reading, movies, relaxing and eating. Oh yes - there is a small casino on board. Mike got off to a winning start there last night. It's a 10 ...
... are not inhabited. We did make it to the lighthouse and I gave Robbie a piggyback to our car as he had enough walking. Along the trail (and in our campground) are these slugs called "Banana slugs". They are called banana slugs because they resemble a banana from all stages, yellow to brown with darker spots. They are about 15-25cm long - quite big and slimy! We thought slugs were bad in Ontario, but you ain't ...