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... the side of the road. The river beside us is raging white water with clouds of mist rising in the air. Cars are parked so camera buffs can capture Mother Nature at her finest. Entering Ucluelet we see a sign advertising the Whale Festival - our timing is perfect. We stop at the Co-Op to pick up a salad to have with our lasagna and then head to our destination - Reef Point Cottages. ...
... fine sand and then rugged coarse sand and rocks
with logs strewn around. A lot of driftwood makes its way on tho these
beaches and is a little reminiscent of Hokatika in NZ. There are lots of
different types of seaweed and things to see as you meander along the
A very enjoyable time spent at Ukee.
... much with it is pretty astounding. So now what? I have to write him and apologize. Probably the truth is the best. I really did want to meet him. If you google him, the stories that come up about him are amazing. He is held in high esteem by everyone, it seems. No pictures of the farm. I didn't think that would be right. So back Ucluelet we went, looking for a place to stay. After searching and searching, and being met with 'no vacancy' at every turn, we found probably the last room in town. ...
... lots and there were many people on the streets! The town is only small (again you can walk around much of the town in 10 minutes, but it feels bigger and busier than Ucluelet!
We booked into the Tofino Trek Inn where we stayed last time and where we would highly recommend to anyone! It was nice to be back and very relaxing to be in familiar territory! I think in the last week we have felt more at ease and calmer than we have the whole holiday! After tea we ...
... up into Ucluelet Inlet and tied up at the "52 steps" public wharf at 3:15pm (a 27 mile day). In total, I have traveled 317 nautical miles by sea since meeting Dad up in Port Hardy.
There were six 70+ foot Seiner boats tied up at the dock with many more further up the channel. In between the Seiners there was a group of people fishing for Mackerel. Dad walked over ...