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Start: Campbell River, British Columbia
End: Port Alberni, British Columbia
I started the day in Campbell River, and rode first to Gold River. This part of the blog covers the ride from Gold River to Port Alberni. Overall with the ride for the day was 380 km.
The weather today was wonderful, between 18 and 24 degrees, and …
... a big salmon fan but I definitely enjoyed Nate's maple glazed salmon. The rest of the night saw us sitting out and having drinks out by the fire, with some of the amusing points being when Kara was convinced there was a bear coming out of the woods. Thankfully she was wrong but she was definitely ready to make a full speed sprint back to the cottage leaving Nate, Soon, and myself to fend off the imaginary bear! Another hilarious point of the evening was when ...
... we could park overnight in the Walmart parking lot, as Walmart encourage it, as they know you will come into their Super Center and spend money. I chose one called Timber Lodge. It is situated right on the hill overlooking Port Albernie with an easy access to the habour. Done! Before heading there we stop in and restock supplies and sample the local meat ( game), and meet the local biker chick that runs the beer store. 'Can you recommend ...
... house. When I did get through, it was a non emergency. The cat was locked in my moms bedroom and all I had to do was tell grandma where the key was. Fewf!
So I went and made some tea and sat down on the dock by myself and had some quiet time before mom and came out and joined me. When we went back inside Ellen was up and was making some oatmeal and raspberry muffins. She also asked if we were interested in going into Port Alberni to the ...
... really see how they used to do it, from the felling of the tree (well of the felling of a big chunky piece of trunk that was there just for that purpose) to its loading on the tree, and then the cutting and milling into planks in the main building. All those machines were operated by retired former lumberjacks, who had worked with those tools at the beginning of their careers, and they were in a great mood. I filled up with sun, fresh air, steam engines and the smell of fresh ...