The Cabins at Terrace Beach
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... the BC Ferry terminal at Nanaimo.
The stopover at Nanaimo is at the Ferry Port, useful for those travellers going onto Vancouver.
From Nanaimo we headed towards Port Alberni where we had a second washroom and coffee break (approx. 19 minutes). The ladies in the 7-Eleven appreciated our English accents, when we asked for biscuits instead of cookies and crisps instead of chips! Very tasty cookies by the way.
The bus drive so far had been ...
... and awe inspiring. It almost brings the whole tree hugger concept into a reasonable acceptable perspective. There is one large stump of a tree that had been about 700 years old and a number of years ago, someone set fire to it. They had to cut it down so the fire would not spread. Looking at the huge left over carcass of the once magnificent plant almost brings you to tears.
Part way across we stopped for lunch ...
Early checkout from hotel and breakfast at Starbucks in Parksville..
It began to drizzle...
She had found a little farm that made their own cheeses and baked their own breads..
Not far out of town called Morning Star Farm... sounds like something out of Enid Blyton..
One can pet the animals... So we just had to stop and meet ...
... Also, he's hard to get a hold of, and our plans changed so we were arriving at a different time. Not a big deal to him. He lives a little differently than most. He is used to having lots of different people staying there, but usually it's for 'woofing' (people who go stay on a farm to learn - work in exchange for room and board). Basically, in dougie's case, they work all morning, then deliver the produce and surf for the rest of the day. So we knew that we'd help with the ...
... and without a lot of flavour, Jess's seafood curry was delicious though. Maybe you should stick to ordering seafood on the coast, and steak in Alberta.
We had a nice stay at the Fisherman's Net though, where a very friendly German man served us a room and let us play with his dog for a little bit. She was super cute, her name was Coleen, she was a terrier mixed with a pomeranian, and it made us miss Zoey.
Once again, we had some TSN to watch.