House of Himwitsa
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... our captain, Chris, and made a quick exit from the bay in our zodiac boat (a rigid-hulled inflatable boat (RHIB) - light but strong, so good and fast!). In no time, we were out of the speed restriction area and up to full speed (probably about 60 knots), although were soon going much slower due to the very choppy seas that needed some care to navigate through. We were soon in a nearby bay where a collection of other boats and ...
... of timber that gets washed up on the beaches of the little coves..
The trail we did was only a short section of the total available, we did about 15k in total.
We ended up in a grove of giant cedars..
Enormous trees in height and girth that were hundreds of years old..
... would think she had done it so they would take her to prison.......... Then we went to this coffee & doughnut cafe to have some lunch, we were stalked by tiny freaky birds.... And even the crows here seem more adventurous than the ones at home.
After that we returned home to find out that it was raining! This was the first sight of rain we had seen all week. We lazed about for a bit, and then (with a new football) Len, Kitty, Dad and I went ...
... and activities available, there are so many hikes available, then there is kayaking and even fishing would be quite an experience.
In summary as we come to the end of our week on Vancouver Island, we believe the Island’s preserved nature is a sanctuary in our busy world, a place where the spirit soars with the eagles. It will be very hard to leave.
PS: I did forget to tell you about the marshmallows we found at the Goat on the Roof! ...
... Small Beach, Tofino has Long Beach, and we pass over the famous Lost Shoe #2 Creek.
We reach Tofino at last and head to the beach. Wow, look at the long expanse of sand! OK, it’s grey sand, but it’s still sand. Hey! Why are people putting on wetsuits before they leave the car park? You guessed it. It’s FREEZING! We have come all this way and are determined to get up close and personal with the northeast Pacific. There’s ...