The He-Tin-Kis Lodge
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... there were only 6 passengers so we all had our own seat and plenty of room to move about. As we left the harbour we were followed by a Bald Eagle looking for food. The communication from other vessels advised us of Orcas around George Fraser Island so off we went. Large beds of kelp housed the seals that the Orcas were hunting and we were entertained for an hour and a half watching them surface. Finally we took off in an easterly direction for an island ...
... he set his dog on one person and punched another! We escaped lucky! We hitched to Tofino to a hippie place we heard about called Poole's Land. That place was so much fun, a whole bunch of other people our age travelling around BC. The ideA was that Michael lets you stay on his land in return for 2 hours community work 6 days per week. He wasn't there so the others showed us the ropes and we got set up in an ancient camper named 'living the dream'. It was ...
... over the sideways for traffic to pass.
On the lookout for Cathedral Grove an old growth rain forest nestled in the Cameron River valley where the big Douglas Firs and other pines are (like Pemberton). Couldn’t miss it with all the cars parked on either side of the road was lucky to get a spot at the entry. The volunteer guides at front (of course there are Donation Boxes) gave you ...
... Large Leaf Maple too. (By the time we left we were experts in identifying the difference between the Fir and Hemlock trees). The trees were amazing! I haven't seen trees that big before. The forest even kept Robbie's attention!
We snaked our way to Tofino along some narrow stretches. We had one hairy experience while rounding a tight bend we came almost face to face with a transport truck heading the other ...
... playing on, there were lots of rocks to climb. Oliver was like an explorer because he climbed all the rocks as fast as he could. We had picnic but still no bears.
We also stopped at long beach which is very very long, and wide with large waves for surfing.
We saw some more whales off the beach spouting water but it was hard to tell what type they were. We were told they were grey whales. There were also lots ...