Redford Motel & R.V. Campground
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When we arrived at the park, Mom and I checked out the map at the entrance and then decided what trail to take. Entering the park was amazing! There were tons of trees to walk around and I took tons of pictures in the area.
Many of the big trees had fallen over due to the storm of 1997. It was sad to see so many trees dead on the ground but also inspiring to know that this fallen vegetation was ...
... trees are, but these straight old growth cedars are magnificent up close. The tall trees closely line the narrow winding road that is busy with tourists, local and large commercial traffic. We pulled into Cathedral Grove/MacMillian Provincial Park and spent an hour meandering through the paths, climbing on, under and in the trees that are in various stages of growth and decomposition.
Our next stop was lunch ...
... the water across the river. So we took some photos before carrying onto the quay.
The Quay market was pretty tiny. It was more so a big courtyard with about 30 vendor tables who were selling anything from woodwork, to jewelery, knitting, flowers, and food. I didn't buy anything, but mom bought some baby booties for my uncles new grand daughter, and Ellen purchased some burnt orange daisy flowers. On the way back to the lake house we stopped at ...
... a au début de leur carrière, et l'ambiance suivait. J'ai fait le plein de soleil, grand air, machines à vapeur et odeur de bois frais!
Si cette escale à Port Alberni s'était arrêtée là, elle aurait déjà été largement au-delà de ce à quoi je m'attendais. Mais il restait un petit point à voir: comment m'en aller. La dernière surprise fut que malgré son emplacement en plein milieu de l'île de Vancouver, Port Alberni est un port de mer! L'Alberni Inlet est en fait une profonde ...
... is going to get framed!
Once at the park, we choose many trails to hike, they are all quite short, but with lots of stairs and always leading to beaches. We hiked:
We have our brunch at one of the beaches, watching some surfers (no swimmers), and then head up for Tofino, a small town, mainly dedicated to surf ...