Bedwell Place Guest House
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... br> crabbing and dropping a pot from the dock.
Nine other people were on the boat plus another dog besides
Manny and Bacon. The ride across the sound to Meares Island was no more than 10
minutes and soon we were docked and left to our own devices. There was
confusion on finding the trail and boardwalk and Tony and I just found the
trail and turned right to head around the trail counterclockwise and away from
... which isn't unusual in August. The guide was part of a First Nation (aboriginal tribe) from the Arctic and had a wealth of knowledge about the plants and their medicinal properties. We also tasted some of the tree leaves and berries. As we trekked through the forest the sun began to shine through the trees canopies. The Cathedral tree (800 years old) had been infected with tree rot which had eroded the inside trunk creating a cathedral like hollow which ...
... for a few days and had such a great time! We went on a boat ride (in the ocean and encountered 3-5 foot waves, gulp!) and checked out some hot springs, which was fun.
We also saw a bald eagle our first day there! And we got to see a ton of sea lions, sea otters, and sea creatures galore! No whales, but ah well, we need a reason to go back. ;)
... boats, a little houseboat and all the other docks.
Starting to get a bit peckish drove back out on the only road through the Pacific Rim National Park took a left turn to Grice Bay and watched a group of people coming back from a kayaking three day holiday in the wilderness. The bay is so beautiful and peacefully one could stay here for ever and a day surrounded by the forest next to the water.
Took the ...
... this morning and had to get up and go as we were booked on a water taxi to Meares Island. Home to some of the oldest trees on the planet, the imaginatively named Big Tree trail, was not to be missed! Meares Island is also a protected Tribal Park, traditional territory of the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation, and completely wild... The boardwalk trail is described as "hobbit-like" and it is easy to see why, winding its way ...