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I had done some research on the internet the night before to decide what adventures we could do in the area of Port Renfrew. I especially wanted to see more Douglas Fir trees. I found a place called MacMillan Park (Cathedral Grove) on the internet and thought it would be an excellent place for Mom and I to visit.
The Park is just outside Port Alberni so I thought it would be a nice little drive for Mom and I ...
Rising early we quickly hopped on the highway to see how tall the trees really are on the West Coast. With the image of yesterday's extra large cinnamon bun on my mind we tried our luck at the local bakery and were not disappointed, finding too many delicious choices. Knowing we found our breakfast spot for the next few days, we carefully selected a favourite to try and hit the road. Approaching the park you can see how tall ...
... Megan wanted to get some flowers and try some flower arrangements and center piece ideas for the wedding. So Meg, Trav & Ellen went in one car, and mom, dad and I went in another. We left the puppies at the house with Joey and Peter.
On the way to the market, we noticed Ellen who was driving in front of us, pulled into a boat launch parking lot on the side of the road. We quickly realized why. There was a big black bear walking along the ...
... comme nous étions dans des wagons ouverts au milieu de la forêt alors tout allait bien. Arrivés à la scierie la visite était vraiment chouette, nous avons réellement pu voir comment ils procédaient: de l'abattage de l'arbre (enfin de l'abattage d'un vieux bout de tronc qui avait déjà été abattu dix fois) à son chargement, puis à la découpe en planche dans le bâtiment principal de la scierie. Toutes les machines étaient opérées par d'anciens bûcherons à la retraite, qui avaient travaillé ...
... having too many people to get to know! We became particularly chatty with a Canadian girl who was on a cycling adventure down the west coast. As we shared stories and experiences, the topic of staying with "friends of friends" came up!
Throughout the trip we have been overwhelmed by how trusting and friendly people are! Im not sure if its just the travelling community but we have had endless offers of a bed for the night, from people who we ...