Somass Motel & RV
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We put a big line through our Tofino plans and made a new plan for Port Alberni instead.
And seeing as this is a famous fishing town we decided to definitely NOT do any fishing!
Port Alberni is also known for its logging and local sawmills as well as nearby Sproat Lake, popular for swimming and watersports.
We were torn between having a go at wood chopping or go to the lake and hire ...
... yummy German Bratwurst for camping and so we will stop at Hiller’s the German Butcher (from Stuttgart)... opps closed on Monday And we deserve some nice desert so let’s stop at the Mountain Bakery – opps closed on Monday too….
No more wilderness camping at Sproat Lake
Sunday morning started off in Duncan where I woke up and began making breakfast for everyone. Sausage, bacon, eggs, toast, and hash browns brought Kara, Soon, and Nate to the table and everyone ate more than they probably should have.
We weren't positive what the day had in store as Soon and Nate were possibly going to head back to Vancouver but pretty quickly Kara and I were able to convince them to stay and enjoy the second night on the island. We ...
Woke up early this morning in timberland, negotiated the ferals to make it to the toilet and back. Right! Let's get the frig out of here! Got the girls up and started Betty Blue as I didn't want to be there any longer. The girls weren't quite out of bed yet and I hadn't done the safety check or the the put away, so we had bodies and stuff flying everywhere as I raced out of timberland. As we drove by Walmart, I couldn't stop pondering that the ...
... that we continued down the road to Port Aberni to check out a local fish and chip spot. It is located in an old church and provided a pretty good lunch. We did a quick circuit of the town before deciding to spend the afternoon at the beach, so made our way east to Parksville. There we found an amazing display of sand-sculptures that were from a recent world competition. They were large and full of detail, with so much work ...