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Starting this has been sort of difficult, as I'm not really sure where to begin or what to say. I want to thank everyone who took the time to send us off. It makes the journey easier knowing we have the support that we do. Maybe I'll begin by saying that I'm writing this in the back of a Pontiac in the dark after watching Iron Man 3. To make it easier we began our journey by heading not east ...
... to see some amazing creatures in their natural habitat so I'm happy! We hiked back to Toby and had some lunch - one of the perks of taking your home everywhere you go ha. Then we stopped in at Nanaimo to grab some supplies and headed roughly 30km north to Parksville and set up camp at Rathtrevor Provincial Park. There was no ranger here to check us in when we arrived, instead they have a self registration process. You just choose your campsite then complete a permit, put it ...
... Got into Calgary late (thank goodness I don't live there - how depressing would that be flying in there and thinking it was home...), cleared customs and straight to the Vancouver flight, which was being held for Vancouver passengers. Nice Air Canada - they bumped me up to business class, had a new boarding pass for me ready at the gate, for the short flight to Vancouver. The flight across the Rockies was clear, so we came right ...
... me. The ferry ride was okay, sat around and chatted. Once we got to the mainland my parents took us out for breakfast (at Dennys). Of course, breakfast was another photo-worthy moment on our first day of travel. After breakfast though my mom and I had a bit of a meltdown, the typical female crying sceene. Once we got to the airport my parents helped us get our stuff out of the car and we said goodbye there. No tears this time! :P Although we did take a ...
... Park. Our parking was only good for two hours anyway so instead of moving the car we decided to head on out of Tofino and make more stops in the national park on our way through it back to Parksville (on the other side of Vancouver Island). We found a turnoff that seemed to go nowhere but actually led us to a quiet section of the inlet. We had a relaxing walk around the area then got back in the car and stopped once more at Long Beach, but on a ...