Bedwell Place Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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To experience a real northwest Pacific coast we went to Tofino which is still on Vancouver island but further North a few hours. The plan was to camp for two nights and spend a day and a half there. We'd been told that it's always damp and a bit wet there but we weren't expecting the torrential downpour for the entirety of our stay. It was actually quite good fun. Despite that we couldn't ...
... years knocked down several of these wooden monsters. You can imagine when one starts to fall others go with it.
After the quick stroll we were back on the road and heading up an over the mountains to Port Alberni. With 360 horsepower Jed conquered the road in no time. Port Alberni is a small Vancouver Island City with a waterway to the Pacific Ocean and the last big stopping point for any kind of meaningful supplies or groceries before Tofino. We stopped by ...
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 ...
Thursday night decision to head to Tofino for the weekend. Managed to make reservations at a place in Ucluelet that Tracy loves (see Blackrockresort.com) even though there was a wedding going on, get organized on friday, and we were off saturday morning. About a 4+ hour drive from Victoria, depending on traffic and weather conditions. We make a pit stop in Coombs, about half way there, partly because we need to stop, but Coombs in particular because it is one of those crazy, ...
... boots and bike, got an awesome Banana-Walnut Muffin (which saved my life as I almost collapsed in front of the counter of the bakery because of hunger :D), a shower and got onto the bus.
I thought the story would end here... but I was wrong. I got the honor to drive with Sir John, King of the bus, Lord of the Luggage. I will let you enjoy the transcription of some of his phrases - I would not be able to retell it better:
About the timing...