Clayoquot Vista Tofino Guesthouse
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... br> The hike through the forest was not too challenging but
consisted of lots of scrambling over roots and a few patches of mud. The trail
during rainy periods would have been a mess sticking to the board walk would be
tempting. The forest was dense with salal and ferns interrupted only by massive
trunks of cedar or Sitka spruce and the occasional nurse log with new life
sprouting from it. The dogs loved the hike with its ...
... so we found ourselves pulling into Cherry Point Vineyards - home of the aforementioned blackberry port - at 9.55am, 5 minutes before they officially opened. Trying not to look like a pair of desperadoes in need of a drink, we had a quick amble over to the vines to take a look and soak in the scenery and kill a few minutes of precious time. Finally we'd exhausted that for as long as we could so we headed into the tasting ...
... br> Looked like a Pagoda to me..
It was doing a good job of not whimpering.. 34 years of being cared for by me has given her intestinal fortitude...
The coast around there is pretty rugged..
We got to the end of the trail with her leaving a blood trail for the wolves to follow..
Went back to the Hotel for a couple of hours recuperation from ...
... and Dad had a croissant containing goodness knows what. Only Dylan was successful in finishing his gigantic Canadian meal. Everyone was stuffed and looked forward to walking it off on the walk to the beautiful Schooner Cove, but first we had to go back to the house to collect our things. Then finally we set off for Schooner Cove.
The walk was pretty long, but ...
... township for a hot coffee at Tuff Coffee and then we venture onto our boat – Wasco - for the day with two others – the boat had two viewing decks and a heated cabin. The day was too gorgeous to be inside even though it was only 10 degrees, there was no breeze, the water was smooth and the sun shining.
We sat right at the top of the boat, for a magnificent cruise to the Hot Springs. We stopped to see five Gray Whales feeding in the ...