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... to almost be called a small island. It's all very impressive. Not, however, impressive enough to coax Carla into a swim. Apparently the Pacific ocean leaves a lot to be desired temperature wise. So I gave my best impression of a beached whale and headed out into the water solo style. This was much to the amusement of the surfer community who were covered head to toe in the latest wet suit fashion. These Canadians are not as tough as they made out to be. Besides I look good in ...
... the same route, doubling back on yourselves. Even so it is well worth the diversion,a great few days of total relaxation.
Tomorrow involves a long haul, driving up the remainder of Vancouver Island, an anticipated drive of about 6-7 hours. Then an early night before we board the ferry at 5.30 am! for a 15 hour cruise up the Inland Passage to the very top of Canada. Who knows what adventures this will offer.
... of any size or apples that have fallen off the tree. Laura's husband , Cameron is taking us whale watching on his boat, the Beachcomber tomorrow afternoon. Dinner was eaten at Offshore, a seafood restaurant with a Japanese flair - very spicy and very good. We then drove down to the Coast, too late for the sunset but still in time to gaze out at he ocean and the last boat on the water. After more Conversation back at the Lodge we retired to our ...
... of pines and idyllic bays everywhere, and once I turned off the Trans Canada Highway the road gave way to even more stunning scenery. Twisty roads with forests of Douglas pines either side. I stopped off at Lake Cameron for my picnic ( A had put together a nourishing collection of cold collations) and gazed in awe. A fisherman sat by the water's edge. I almost felt like an intruder. Further on, I stopped ...
... into the shore.
Then a rock covered with seals, again amazing camouflage, looking like just another boulder on the shoreline.
More eagle spotting on the journey back to town. The 4 hours had flown by (or was that the eagles!)
We have wonderful photos which I will post as soon as I get to a place with better wifi
Lunch and shopping in Tofino before more boogie boarding for Henry and Simon.
My treat ...