Port Renfrew Hotel
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... We had a pleasant, quiet time in Port Renfrew. It is really just a tiny fishing village and as the season is now over it's almost shut down. There's one hotel (pub) which does an OK lunch with a choice of one kind of white wine and three beers! We stayed in a kind of eco lodge, way at the top of the hill with fabulous views all around. It was a little bit of a "hippy" type place but we met some nice people and the owners are actually ...
... straight up! Nevermind though, we still had fun! :) Ahh, can't believe we saw orcas, it was so amazing!!! Afterwards we stopped off for lunch and then wandered around town some more. Once we got home we had a Skype session with Benny's parents and then also with Dan & Aleisha - thanks for taking us shopping guys hehe.
Happy birthday Cat, hope you have an amazing day xxxx
We heard rain all through the night last night and when we got up this morning ...
... are on the beach). So day ended happily.
Day 2 - 30 Mile Creek to Walbran Campsite
Another long day ended on the coast. Lots of mud and ladders, including one gorge the required 9 ladders down to a big suspension bridge and another 9 ladders up. But it meant the worst was over and campsite was very nice. Krista and Nate are great company. Pete's first (and last) dip in the Pacific ocean.
Day 3 - Walbran Creek to Cribs Creek (14km)
First day ...
Today was a bad day on the trail, Linda did something to her knee at kilometer 33, she hiked another 9 kilometers and near the end could barely put any weight on it, she was such trooper not complaining at all on the contrary she tried to work it out, but there was no improvement. Now the thing you need to realize with the trail is that at many times you are on a 20 inch path, that is just one foot from drops that you ...
... down the Pacific Coast, we arrived for a few quiet days at Quileute Oceanside Resort in La Push, which is on the land of the The Quileute Tribe.
Our cabin #18 was fantastic, right on the ocean, just below a big bluff, overlooking James Island, where the Indian tribe buries their chiefs after paddling them over there in canoes.