The Cabins at Terrace Beach
Travel Blogs from Ucluelet
Many people have a cabin on one of the
Lakes in the interior region
of British Columbia.
You may ask, are these
Canadian lakes warm enough to swim?
Once you get in it is fine.
Kayaking and waterskiing are very popular.
We finally had some sunshine for our journey to Tofino! Long Beach was pretty cool with some huge waves, a couple of surfers, and lots of washed up kelp. We had another fabulous picnic lunch, on the beach and in the sun this time, while we fought off the attention of all the seagulls. We got a few pictures with the digital camera on the beach, but there should be some more awesome pics from Mike's film camera on the way, its been really hard to find ...
... bottom even around depths of 30 feet!
We are feeling really good about the ground we have covered over the last to weeks so happy hour felt pretty sweet in the sunshine.
Lots of kayakers coming and going; we lost count after about thirty over the span of only a couple hours.
Dad crashed around 9:30 but I wanted to stay up to see the stars only to get socked in by the fog around 11:30 – JUST as it was getting good!
... really friendly and kind. He took the woman to the bus station where she could get the bus to Tofino 5 minutes later, which was fortunate as there is only one per day. Then he asked where we were going and we said that we were actually going to Enterprise to get our car, but we would get them to pick us up downtown since the agency is actually a little out of town. The driver said he was heading in that direction anyway so he gave us a ride for free and told us to call him for a ...
... for a while and eventually see him breach the water for a moment. Barely noticeable his back and fin almost look like the shadow under a wave, and then before we are able to really catch our breath he is gone. Le wicked. Then a little more wave fun and we are le pooped. Head back to camp for some eats and a nice
warm fire. Keep things quiet, go to bed a bit early.