Clayoquot Vista Tofino Guesthouse
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... driving is easy and the road noise covers up the noisy machines.
The puppies enjoyed a quick hike around the falls and were ready for the days drive. We pulled out around 9 AM and made our first stop in just a few miles at the Cathedral Grove Provincial Park. The park is home to hundreds of old growth trees that are massive and wondrous. A path in the park winds through the forest giants, past windfallen logs and nurse logs. One section has an area where a storm in ...
... of timber that gets washed up on the beaches of the little coves..
The trail we did was only a short section of the total available, we did about 15k in total.
We ended up in a grove of giant cedars..
Enormous trees in height and girth that were hundreds of years old..
... boy car. There were a few swerves, yes, but it's a big change from Cornwall.
The sun had blasted us all day so we were really surprised when we got to Tofino to find a thick sea fog had closed in. This didn't stop us having a great evening settling into lovely Sandpiper House. We are so lucky to have a couple of weeks ahead of us.
More news when we see some whales!
... 10 seconds, but just being out on the water on a beautiful April day was enough! Our guide was incredibly knowledgeable about the area and only added to the experience. We followed whale watching up with more Geocaching, discovering Tofino as we never had ...
... The waves are out there" the ghost whispered "Just walk on, you will find them".
Inspired by that sign of fate, I slipped into the wetsuit (that sounds easy here, believe me it's not!), dropped my bike and backpack on safe ground and continued walking for about 3 minutes towards the growling sound. Believe it or not - I found the ocean. Even waves have been there and rewarded me royally for my morning adventure. In time, I stopped, drove back in the (wet) wetsuit, gave ...