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Our second day in Comox started in a long quiet morning with coffee in our oceanfront patio with really good coffee provided by our host, Mike. The room turned out to be our own little with separate entrances, kitchen, bath and sitting room attached to bedroom. The back exited onto a oceanfront ...
... main road. I had noticed a beautiful lake and therefore had hopped the trail would lead us to this lake - later learned it was called Spruce Lake.
Fortunately for us, the trail did lead us to the lake and we were able to take a break at this place and take some pictures. The area was extremely beautiful and peaceful.
After resting, we continued on our journey to Tofino.
... left on the lake rocks by First Nations Indians in the 1800s, some great cliff jumping areas, and the multi million dollar homes people have on the lake.
As soon as we got back to the house Travis & Megan wanted to take some dock jumping photos of them wearing wedding items. Megan got dressed in white two piece bikini with a veil, and Travis got dressed in black shorts and a black suit jacket. These photos were going to be for ...
... submergée et navigable jusqu'à l'océan Pacifique. Et devinez quoi: il y a un bateau, le MV Frances Barkley, qui fait le trajet! Quand j'ai appris ça je me suis précipité pour acheter un billet, et le matin du départ j'étais debout à l'aube, excité comme un pou.
Au cours de la grande demi-journée de navigation nous avons quitté sous un soleil radieux les flancs abrupts de l'Alberni Valley pour rejoindre le Barkley Sound et le Broken Islands Group, archipel d'îles éparpillées au ...
... 4 strangers! Trusting that no one in our room would steel anything! We always hid the computer, but it was never locked away! In fact when we were in Nelly, where no body else had access to the inside, we always took the computer with us (made the bags very heavy), but yet, we leave it in a room with no lock on the door, trusting that none of our room mates would go sniffing around our bags!
When you think about it its amazing the amount of trust there ...