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Travel Blogs from Ucluelet
... at a much more civilised time of around half 9 we said out good byes to Tess and don hoping to see them again in Vancouver and headed back to pack our bags. Before bed we said good bye to Jo Nathan Daylene and Grace it was truly wonderful to see them all as adults and we have had such a good time the only thing we can think to sum it up is Jo's little ditty "every thing is awesome! thank you all ...
... It all seemed wonderful at first, working mornings in the garden learning how to grow vegetables on a larger scale. We even went surfing with equipment Dougie lent us which was great fun. The main downside was his horrible dig which kept us hostage in our camper! Then gradually Dougie' s mood went downhill and he started to make us feel really uncomfortable so on day 10 we jumped ship. As it turns out lots of people we met after told us he has serious ...
... over the sideways for traffic to pass.
On the lookout for Cathedral Grove an old growth rain forest nestled in the Cameron River valley where the big Douglas Firs and other pines are (like Pemberton). Couldn’t miss it with all the cars parked on either side of the road was lucky to get a spot at the entry. The volunteer guides at front (of course there are Donation Boxes) gave you ...
... playing on, there were lots of rocks to climb. Oliver was like an explorer because he climbed all the rocks as fast as he could. We had picnic but still no bears.
We also stopped at long beach which is very very long, and wide with large waves for surfing.
We saw some more whales off the beach spouting water but it was hard to tell what type they were. We were told they were grey whales. There were also lots ...
... many things now & so will stay inspired to keep posting my thoughts photos & messages, wheather anyones reading them or not ;)
"& yo, mínimo ser,
ebrio del gran vacío
a semejanza, a imagen
me sentí parte ...