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Lors de mon premier voyage en BC, j'avais vraiment suivi le circuit touristique classique: Vancouver, Victoria, petit train pour rejoindre Nanaimo, ensuite Tofino, le Clayoquot Sound et le Pacific Rim National Park, et de lÓ retour Ó Vancouver. Le petit train Útait excellent avec plein de …
... She passed off those duties to her 13 year old son, who was incredibly outgoing and polite as he brought us over to meet the horses and chickens on the property. Nate and Soon were quite enamored with his poise and professionalism for such a young man and couldn't pass up the opportunity to take a photo with him!
For dinner, Kara and I cooked up some steaks while Nate and Soon enjoyed their version of a surf 'n' turf having steak and salmon. ...
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After the hatchery, we take the long highway that crosses the island westbound, driving to Pacific Rim National Park, where we buy our annual passes for all National Parks in Canada. The driving from Port Alberni to Pacific Rim is 90 km, with continuous bends around lake Kennedy. There is not a lot of traffic, so we can enjoy the views, and suddenly, another black bear, sitting and eating on the shoulder of the road. ...
... in the wrong direction), criss-crossing loads of logging roads and a section where we were literally crawling through the undergrowth, we had to admit we had taken a wrong turn somewhere, and were therefore not going to make it the orientation that afternoon, and had to double-back on ourselves :(
So after a 3 hour ...
Pacheena Bay Trailhead to Darling River CG
14 km - 6 hrs
This morning we had no need for an alarm clock. The birds did a natural job, starting their seranade around 04h00. We were up by 06h15 and got busy with all the things needed to get us on the trail - getting dressed, putting away sleeping bags and mats, taking down the the tent, eating ...