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... called Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park.
When reaching Campbell River, I was really impressed as the town of around 30'000 is really beautiful.
My hotel is right on the Discovery Passage, which is the body of water between Vancouver Island and Quadra Island.
Tomorrow, Day 16, I will explore the scenery around Campbell River and ride down to Port Alberni, where later in the afternoon I will meet Glenn and Jenn for some more family time.
... it looked terribly precarious and we felt that we'd be no good at it and would inevitably get wet. However, the optimal conditions, lack of witnesses and free use of equipment convinced us that we would never have a better opportunity to try it. So we got a board out and got it in the water! Tim tentatively stepped out onto the board and....stayed afloat!!! Miracles do happen! Paddle in hand, he tottered off around the little harbour, gaining speed ...
... right!!!! The Continental Hotel near Hyde Park is not a place that you want to rest your weary head. We spent a grand total of 20 minutes in our room and decided to bale. The room was long and narrow sort of like sleeping in a submarine I would imagine.
We found another hotel nearby(called the Pacific Hotel:what a coincidence) and it has been great!
Have done some ...
... which made everything look so bland. Had lunch then turned around and headed for Campbell River. I had my first stint of driving so Andrew could have a break. Got to our motel around 5. Had a rest then went out to have a look around town and buy some groceries. Got back to our motel to cook some dinner. Watched a couple of cruise ships go by! Time for bed x (Except for Brandon and I who watched an old dragon ...
... have a two hour drive to entertain the kiddies on, rather than driving at nap time as we'd hoped. Dylan passes out straight away, less entertaining needed until tonight probably. Taya eats and plays happily during the drive to Campbell River.
A bit of a lengthy hiccup because we can't find the house we are staying at. We know we are close but can't actually find it. The children are pretty fed up by the time we arrive, ...