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... the wedding she is attending when we return to Muskoka. I managed to find several items of interest and am now beginning to wonder if we will need that trailer we joked about for the trip home. Back to Wild Edge to change for dinner and then once again on the highway back to Tofino. We had made a reservation at Schooners. Lucky we did as the place was packed. Dinner lasted two and a half hours and the people watching was very rewarding. We arrived back "home" ready for ...
... reds and a white. Around 4pm I finally reached my destination and soon found the motel. I dumped my stuff and headed out to walk the Pacific Rim Trail, which hugged the coastline. I've seen plenty of beautiful coastline before but this was up with the best. Tiny islands, rugged rocks and cosy bays - even more gorgeous thanks to the late afternoon sun - made the 6k walk an absolute treat. I realised this is ...
... all night.
After a very cold night's sleep, we took a drive into Ucluelet. There really wasn't a lot to see, but I was determined to find us some hats, gloves and blankets to make our nights more bearable. I found a trusty coop, and $100 later, we had all 'stuff' we needed for a more cozy night. Sam was temped with a balaclava, but I thought that would just be too freaky to wake up to!
We did manage to walk a few trails, which were nice, and did some ...
As I sit here typing this out at midnight on our last day here (Angie is fast asleep, no doubt dreaming of some shopping trip for local art/fashions/trinkets which I missed) I can’t help but reflect how lucky we are to live on such a diverse planet. Tomorrow we’re off to Kelowna and its going to be a long one day trip to get there. Signing off. Goodbye Tofino and thanks for the memories!!!
... for her I decided it wasn't a good idea in case w didn't actually make it to Tofino today, though that was our target destination.
The ferry ride is pretty boring and so I entertained myself with the tourist brochures on offer. It was good that we had them because we now had a decent accommodation list and also a few different choices for kayak tours, though I had already picked out a favourite on the Internet.
When we were about 20 minutes from Duke Point ...