Florencia Bay Hideaway
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A day for the hikers. Set off and walked the Wild Pacific Trail along the coast from hotel to the west. Lots of little detours to lookouts with great views across the Pacific and along the coast, called Artist's Loops. Another perfect day so we did not get to see an angry Pacific, it's name has been appropriate. Walked back through Ucluelet via Ucluelet Harbour and the Boat Basin where many boats were moored in ...
... several loaves over the time I was there. I'm confident he'll do just fine, but will have to keep it up!
We went out for dinner for my birthday and were planning to go to The Avenue, but there was a private function, which explained why there were sooooo many vehicles there. I was the designated driver (wow times have changed for the better). Ended up going to Martines which always has pretty good food!
We hung out at home and had cake that mom wanted to tap into ...
... we stopped in town, had great fresh cut fries in the nice warm sun and bought some beer, wine and groceries. In the late afternoon, we relaxed. I wandered by the beach and a blue heron flew near me. I loved it.
In the evening, we enjoyed our room and I bailed by going to bed ...
... driver was really friendly and kind. He took the woman to the bus station where she could get the bus to Tofino five minutes later, which was fortunate as there is only one per day. Then he asked where we were going and we said that we were actually going to Enterprise to get our car, but we would get them to pick us up downtown since the agency is actually a little out of town. The driver said he was heading in that direction anyway so he gave us a ride for free and told us to ...
Now to finish my story about staying 'up Island.' On the Saturday I took myself out early for a walk along the metal roads - not a soul did I see. After brekky we 'girls' went down to the
"Farmers Market" where there were a few stall manned by 'Islanders', namely these self sufficient types who pedal their home baking, tie-dyed clothes, jams, preserves and fruit juice. Enough variety to help us ...