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... of going to see Cathedral Grove up in Port Alberni and then drive back down to tour Victoria, but with the change of plans for Nate and Soon we decided to just do Cathedral Grove so we could get back to the cottage early and relax for the evening.
The drive up the east coast is an easy one and drivers are very slow and relaxed in BC, especially on the island. I definitely had a bit of Ontario 'hurry-the-hell-up' attitude behind the wheel but as ...
... in rosemary and garlic on a bed of yummy mash with a jus of blackberry. Gra had a hotpot of seafood -salmon and prawns amongst it.
None of us slept well that night-no lock on the door and Graeme's snoring!
PS Forgot to mention our little drive to the Stamp River- a short hike up to the fish ladder and waterfall. It was an ingenious idea to help the salmon make it up the 9 m waterfall to spawn and made for great pics.
... put into them. Continuing along the boardwalk we scoped out a spot and dropped our things to take a quick dip in the warmer salt water. It wasn't very deep so you could walk out for quite a distance and still be able to stand up.
Dinner that night was at a very classy spot on the wharf in Cowichan Bay called The Masthead. The food was very good, and even a chilly wind didn't spoil our al fresco dining experience.
... arrived at the ferry terminal we were told we could get on the 12:45 ferry, but that meant that we had to wait 2.5 hours. So we parked the car in the correct lane, put the leashes on the puppies and took them out for a walk to get out of the hot car. Mom and I went into the ferry quay market and poked around and purchased a bunch of scratch n wins to keep us busy on the ferry. Once on the ferry we walked the dogs up and down the parked car ...
... submergée et navigable jusqu'à l'océan Pacifique. Et devinez quoi: il y a un bateau, le MV Frances Barkley, qui fait le trajet! Quand j'ai appris ça je me suis précipité pour acheter un billet, et le matin du départ j'étais debout à l'aube, excité comme un pou.
Au cours de la grande demi-journée de navigation nous avons quitté sous un soleil radieux les flancs abrupts de l'Alberni Valley pour rejoindre le Barkley Sound et le Broken Islands Group, archipel d'îles éparpillées au ...