Jamie'S Rainforest Inn
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... seats and set off. The steering took some getting used to for Chelle, but we were quickly into a straight(ish) line and heading for the runway/shipping lane. We bunched together and made a dash for it, encountering nothing more than a few boats and their resultant wake, which made for some rough riding. We stayed in the boat, though - hurrah! After the successful crossing, we were into much calmer waters, mooching round ...
... the wedding she is attending when we return to Muskoka. I managed to find several items of interest and am now beginning to wonder if we will need that trailer we joked about for the trip home. Back to Wild Edge to change for dinner and then once again on the highway back to Tofino. We had made a reservation at Schooners. Lucky we did as the place was packed. Dinner lasted two and a half hours and the people watching was very rewarding. We arrived back "home" ready for ...
... was a brilliant walk and really immersed you in the trees. Just like the forest from the day before it was eery how quiet it was. The trees were so dense in places it got very dark and there were hardly any bugs (thank god).
The walk ended out at the ocean again with a small hut for people to get changed in. Then after that it was a scramble down over some slippery rocks to get to where the springs flowed over a small cliff in ...
... island. Of course i didn't believe him. You can tell when he is being sarcastic. Soon we found a place to lie down and relax. Me, Dylan and Dad set up goals with some huge sticks we found and played football until it was time to go. We said goodbye to this amazing beach and left for home
Now Dad, Mum, Dylan and I are going to watch Ted!
Lenny A.K.A ...
... great to see Neil, he and Ryan were good buddies in the kitchen at Kananaskis. He is now studying social work and volunteering at a juvenile detention centre in Victoria. We enjoyed our time with him before he went off to play a game of ice hockey. Neil also told us that he had been to Australia but didn't get to Adelaide. His mode of transport was a skateboard and he managed the east coast from Melbourne up to ...