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... of Qualicum Beach, a happening place in summer but very quiet in the fall and winter. Although noticeably the beaches here are nothing to ours, grey pebbly beach no sand, and logs placed everywhere for anyone that wishes to sit on the beach, there is no towel sitting here, it’s all on logs! Kayaking, Paddleboards, Stand Up Boards seem to be fashionable on the waters instead of swimming as noticeably there is locked up hire garages ready for opening in ...
... walk & the scenery is just gorgeous. It took about 45mins to hike in to Dodd Narrows and when we arrived I can see how the place got its name - it's basically really fast flowing water through a narrow channel. Straight up we saw a group of sea lions playing in the 'rapids' of the channel - so cool. We watched a tugboat come through the channel against the current, that was hard going. The group of sea lions thought it was fun to surf the boats' wake though. We ended ...
... and king crab legs.
Robbie enjoyed an after dinner walk with Denis and Gillis. Apparently Robbie tired out Gillis (a border collie) and not the other way around!
It is so nice to be in a real house and not a hotel room or campsite. There are so many comforts of home we take for granted!
We were able to give the kids good baths and tuck them into bed.
Good night I'm going to sleep in a real bed!
... me is extremely humbling and empowering. I also know that this is what is going to get me through the hardest and darkest times on my journey.
So I dedicate my trip and this blog to you. The people in my life who have been there for me since the first time I cried, scored a goal, caught a fish, got an A, set up a tent myself, backpacked across a continent, met a homeless person, applied for that ...
... have a view of the water. It is really cool because of the inlet, the town is basically surrounded by water and it does not take long to drive from the inlet to the ocean, just a few minutes by car. The water in the inlet is so calm and still while the ocean waves crash gently against the rocky shore.
We left Ucluelet and headed towards Tofino. To get there, you must drive through the Pacific Rim National Park, which is amazing. We stopped at ...