Big Fish Lodge
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Leaving Whistler in low cloud and mist we headed toward Vancouver. The low clouds continued and missing any freeway exits that suggested Downtown we arrived at the ferry terminal for Vancouver Island (Swartz Bay) The weather cleared to sunshine while on our 1 hour and 25 minute journey and an informative talk by an exuberant conservation officer on the mysteries of the seas in that area eg ...
... besides necessary leader texting or naivigating or absolute emergencies)... no iPods or phones or radio... but cameras are allowed. Does the Mrs. Hudson group accept the challenge?"
Geordie wanted to know if we were allowed to text our girlfriends, as both him and I were texting ours, so i replied to it asking such. A little ways down the road, Jordan stopped the van on the side, presumably to find where to go. As he did this, everyone got ...
... Krista and Nate, In the afternoon we saw whales playing from a headland along the trail. Tsusiat Falls was nice, but crowded and we were both super exhausted.
Day 4 - Tsusiat Falls to Darling Creek (11km)
Easy day walking to one of our favourite campsites at Darling Creek. Campsite had whales just offshore, only one other couple, and an amazing waterfall hidden just upstream. Hiking was great as we neared the end.
Day 5 - Darling Creek to ...
... hours, it rained all day and ended with 15 minutes of sleet for good measure. There Is a bailout point at Ninitat narrows as I was extremely exhausted from not eating enough and could barely travel 10 feet without stopping, I seriously evaluated my ability to continue, but ultimately knew it was a result of not eating. So with the knowledge that I could get a hot meal from the ferry operator I felt safe to ...
... sluggishly sipped his coffee and browsed through the local paper, learning all about home footwear parties, which apparently are the new rage.
The passage took about an hour and a half, with mostly open water in contrast to the trip to Vancouver Island. We disembarked at Port Angeles, the main port city on the northeast coast of the Olympic Peninsula. Back in the US. . . again.
We headed straight for the Olympic National ...