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... headed out and a group on tour in a dugout
canoe pulled up.
Once back in town we stopped by the market for some water
and headed to camp for an afternoon nap and relaxation. For dinner we had a
duck leg confit pazole. With a pile of firewood to burn we sat outside and
enjoyed the fire and another pie. This time we tried mixed berries in a roll. Yum.
Another great day with good weather and plenty to do.
... 10 people inside. The guide believed the tree would collapse within 30 years - I wouldn't want to be stood inside around then! Even then the tree will provides life by acting as a nursery to other trees and plants. The oldest tree was Cedar Tree of Life at around 1200 years. It was made famous when protesters linked arms around the base of the trunk in 1984 in defiance against the government and logging company to preserve the total logging of the forest. Thankfully ...
... to the South Pole and it was very in depth. Another part of the museum dealt with the beginnings of the historic animal kingdom and had great displays.
Unfortunately it was still raining so we decided to head back to the boat via the cruise bus. Earlier in the afternoon we had been to a shop that sold lovely Italian wine goblets and we had been thinking about them all afternoon. We decided to go back to the shop again as we had regretted not buying items already on this trip. We ...
... boats, a little houseboat and all the other docks.
Starting to get a bit peckish drove back out on the only road through the Pacific Rim National Park took a left turn to Grice Bay and watched a group of people coming back from a kayaking three day holiday in the wilderness. The bay is so beautiful and peacefully one could stay here for ever and a day surrounded by the forest next to the water.
Took the ...
... had to describe a Tofino seaplane pilot, given everything I’ve said already, I’m pretty sure you would think of Dan. Tall, tanned and blonde, surfer type but with short hair to ensure he looks like he knows what he is doing behind a wheel? Rudder? Joystick?
Yes, we chartered a plane! Sitting laughing at how mad that sounds. It was! But also one of those incredible experiences to remember for a lifetime. A bucket list sort of thing.