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... out to be a great idea and we met some great characters on the way. We were headed to Medicine Farm, an off grid market gardening project on a remote bit of land somewhat near Ucluelet. Dougie picked us up in his noisy bust up tiny car and bounced us along the dirt track to his beautiful patch of land. We stayed in another leaky camper and warmed it with a lovely woodstove. The only power ran from solar panelz to the kitchen, enough for power some fairy lights ...
... Freeway. There are a few impatient drivers on the road but we are being cautious plus it is the car in front that is holding everyone up and when it comes to climbing the mountains he stays in the overtaking lane not the slow lane and irritates the ones who want to overtake. We have a good fun watching the scenario at every overtaking spot. One good thing the drivers of caravans and ...
... has its own agenda and the whales decided that they were a little busy to pose for any pictures. I did capture a mother and baby humpback whale (along with another escort whale) in the area but the timing was a little off as was the distance, even with a 100-400 telephoto lens (thanks Rob!!!) that these pictures did not turn out.
As well as the Humpback whales, my wish was to capture a Killer whale (orca) in its ...
... porpoises swimming in the surf. These are like dolphins but very shy of people.
We also went off to do a short inland walk in the rainforest and learnt about the life of trees. We saw some massive trees with trunks that were 6meters wide. You could very easily get lost in the forest if you went off the track as it was so overgrown. We heard lots of strange noises but again the bears were hiding from us.
... br> Heading west on Highway 4, we enjoyed the hike through Little Qualticum Falls Provincial Park to the lower falls. Took the short loop walk through Cathedral Grove in MacMillian Provincial Park. Crossing the mountains in the center of the island, we continued westward to Pacific Rim National Park and spent the night on the Mackenzie Beach at Tofino.
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