Soule Creek Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Port Renfrew
... chefs so the food was delicious. The road between Port Renfrew and Victoria is windy and narrow until you get to Sooke. Then you gradually find more traffic, more houses and more traffic lights until you are back in Victoria and you miss the peace of the countryside! Back on the BC Ferry to Tsawwassen and on to Richmond to collect our car. Tonight we are again enjoying the company of the Monk family in Delta and tomorrow we head ...
... coastal beaches and rock shelf. Stopped at small shop for beer and chips on Indian Reservation, before easy day to Cribs Creek. Our last night with Nate and Krista was nice and relaxed.
Day 4 - Cribs Creek to Tsusiat Falls via Nitnat Ferry (17km)
Long 17km day started early to get Krista and Nate to the ferry at Nit Nat before we walked onto campsite at Tsusiat falls. Highlight was fresh crab (fresh meaning pulled right out of the river) at Nit Nat narrows ...
... survive. It is for this reason that I am having Linda evacuated from the trail. I am so proud of Linda's attitude throughout the whole hike at many times on the inland portions she was my superior.
I am not sure what the exact procedure is but will hike over to Chez Monique while Linda stays at camp and find out what needs to be done.
Today was hard in all respects we hiked 17 kilometers taking ...
... where we asked around to find out how best to plan our visit. Alas, there were no stickers to be had for the Honda’s bumper, but we did get some good information from the park rangers.
From the park headquarters, we drove up to Hurricane Ridge, about a half hour away. This lookout yielded some beautiful views, one of which gazed out over the water we’d traversed that morning, with Vancouver Island clearly visible in ...
... for six years. We were almost there. 60 miles or so and the three of us, me, Bonnie, and Navi will have arrived.
Up ahead was a pickup truck, laden with firewood. The truck was ambling along delivering his routine chore. The driver was a man. I controlled Bonnie enthusiasm and slowed behind the Woodman. The road presented an opportunity to pass, and did we pass. I gave bonnie her fuel and air. We went from idle ...