The Ecolodge at the Tofino Botanical Gardens
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... road into Tofino and our first tour of the day: a sea kayak excursion in the Clayquot Sound (pronounced "Clock-what") and around the nearby islands to spot wildlife.
We arrived at Tofino Sea Kayaking Co in plenty of time and got a few provisions before they gave us our safety briefing and got us kitted up. The initial few hundred metres was across the busiest shipping lane in Tofino, which although small does ...
... a pendant and chain for Brianna. Before leaving the town we made a reservation at Schooners for dinner tomorrow. Our visit to Long Beach had us all dipping our feet in the water and watching the swimmers and surfers. Nancy refrained from any collecting after being told of the hefty fines imposed for removal of "nature" from the park. Following a quick lunch and a change of clothes we arrived at the dock to meet Cameron. His boat, the Black Fish seats 12 ...
... with them only being visible for about 2 seconds, add in a camera which takes about 1.9 seconds to take a photo then mix with a boat bobbing up and down on sea waves and you get…lucky if we even got the sea in the picture let alone the whales! Managed to get a few bits here and there though, as we stopped to watch them for quite a while.
As we continued on we wound our way through rocky outcrops and tiny islands ...
... and Dad had a croissant containing goodness knows what. Only Dylan was successful in finishing his gigantic Canadian meal. Everyone was stuffed and looked forward to walking it off on the walk to the beautiful Schooner Cove, but first we had to go back to the house to collect our things. Then finally we set off for Schooner Cove.
The walk was pretty long, but ...
... parents who were coming in on Sunday. Shannon had organised it. Dan is from Alice Springs and worked with Ryan for a couple of seasons at Nakiska and the Golf Course. We took Dan's recommendation and had the Halibut Bawden Bay; it was beautiful. Unfortunately the bar didn't have all the ingredients for a Sik Dik but Dan asked the bar staff to make up something 'orange'. Not bad but didn't match the Sik Dik. ...