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..my time in Canada is passing by too quickly and there are still so many things to see. From what I heard Vancouver Island must be an incredible place to spend some time. I didn't think about it twice and drove from Whistler down to Horseshoe Bay, where I had to load my car on a ferry, which arrived at Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. From there I …
... crab boil. Not a problem for us. Jed has a washer and dryer. By the time we were all cleaned up it was dark and the sky was filled with stars. The weather update on the radio mentioned we were in a location to view the northern lights from a large solar flare a few days earlier. We checked out the sky but with a bright moon we figured no northern lights tonight. It was nice to be back at Jed and out of the chilly ...
... minutes sorting the boat out ready to bring it on board and it was quiet as a mouse. He was saying "stay back, move those chairs, watch out" and as he pulled said-supposedly-dead fish on board it decided to do the twist. And this thing is BIG. All that muscle flexing quickly one way then the other - Graeme held the door of the tank open and Blair eventually got him in and out of harm's way. And he still gave a couple of big THWACK THWACK moves 15 minutes later. ...
... Then we were on the Island and making the 200k drive to Tofino.
We had looked at pictures of the west coast online, but nothing prepared us for the breathtaking scenery on such a grand scale. Mountains with silvery snow; glittering lakes and super-sized trees. We were awed...and we have lived in a wood. Paddy would say he wasn't prepared for my rather erratic driving of ...
... I loaded my bike and head down to the beach.
After the 20minute ride, I arrived at Cox-Bay, just to find it totally different than the day before. I stood at the Beach, saw the sand but no water nearby. I walked for a few minutes, nothing! I continued walking to where the water should be. I lost sight of the shore. Only flat beach and fog around me. Then suddenly a ghost was approaching me. On a bike, surfer style clothing, cup of coffee in his hand and a board under ...